Barnet Seniors Insider, Issue 19 (July / August 2018)

Barnet Seniors Insider 19 PDF (July / August 2018) is now available to download here (PDF 362Kb, 8 sides of A4).

The Insider contains news for senior citizens in Barnet. It gives people practical information about local services, support, events, places to go and things to do that could interest and help them to live their lives to the full.

Contents of Insider 19

  • Staying cool in a heatwave
  • Tips to keep you cool when it’s very hot
  • Hampstead Garden Suburb U3A
  • Topical talks each month. Open day 4th September 2018.
  • NW7hub Charity
  • The charity runs Mill Hill Library, and organises activities there.
  • Age UK Barnet’s Later Life Planning service
  • Growing older doesn’t come with a manual. We support older people, aged 55 and over to manage and plan for the challenges that ageing brings.
  • Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline
  • The people who most often contact us are families caring for someone with dementia, whether that be Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, or one of the rarer types.
  • Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
  • If someone lacks mental capacity, for example due to having dementia, there may be times when their freedom or independence is restricted in order to keep them safe.
  • Plane Wall
  • An Installation by David Waller and John Waller. Stephens House and Gardens until Saturday 29 September 2018. It is literally a ‘walls of planes’ which offer gentle, visible pathways to the ‘temporary’ sitting rooms and a kaleidoscopic view to the past.
  • Dementia cafés and clubs
  • There are now lots of dementia cafés and clubs in Barnet. A full list of places and times is included.
  • What to do if you have a fall
  • Having a fall could be a sign that something isn’t quite right with your health but often it’s something treatable.
  • Ask Bob
  • What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?
  • #BeScamAware
  • July is National Scams Awareness Month
  • Out and About in Barnet
  • Things to do
  • Advertise from £120
  • Advertising in Barnet Seniors Insider is welcomed, with priority given to local organisations. Advertising space is limited and contributes towards costs.
  • BSA will get FREE donations every time you shop online
  • BSA has signed up to easyfundraising. It’s simple, it’s safe, and it doesn’t cost you a penny.
  • and mentions for…
  • Volunteering with Edgware Child Contact Centre, teaching English at Barnet Southgate College, The Finchley Charities sheltered housing, and The Fremantle Trust care services.

To read the full text of these articles, download the Insider 19 PDF.

Barnet Seniors Insider, Issue 11 (March / April 2017)

Barnet Seniors Insider 11 PDF (March / April 2017) is now available to download here (PDF 440Kb, 8 sides of A4).

The Insider contains news for senior citizens in Barnet. It gives people practical information about local services, support, events, places to go and things to do that could interest and help them to live their lives to the full.

Contents of Insider 11

  • Protect Your Money
  • How to avoid becoming a victim of fraud and scams.
  • Community Focus
  • The all inclusive arts centre. Learning helps to enrich lives.
  • Friend in Need (FIN) Community Centre
  • FIN offers a series of different activities and services for older adults that aim to promote independent living.
  • Barnet Hospital Charity
  • Little touches and Big differences. Launched in June 2015 to make the hospital a nicer environment for patients, volunteers and staff.
  • Dementia: Reduce your risk in 5 steps…
  • It’s never too early or too late to take steps to reduce your risk of dementia.
  • Broadband
  • Top four ways broadband internet saves you money.
  • Is your home at risk of fire?
  • The London Fire Brigade offers free home fire safety visits.
  • Equipment to help you stay independent
  • Aids and equipment can help you stay independent and safe at home and in the community.
  • Ask Bob
  • What is the best exercise older adults? Some people can run marathons or compete in triathlons, whereas others may be more comfortable walking, gardening or doing tai chi.
  • Renewing your driving licence at 70
  • Driving Licences expire when you reach the age of 70 and you will need to renew it.
  • Out and About in Barnet
  • Things to do
  • And mentions for…
  • Barnet Mencap, and Dementia Cafés

    To read the full text of these articles, download the Insider 11 PDF.