Our Favourite Lifestyle Links
Dr. Allison Lamont has opened her Memory Clinic and welcomes new clients. You can contact her through this website or by email: Dr.Lamont@memoryclinic.co.nz
Excellent lifestyle magazine for ‘Women with Spirit’. Sections cover Healthy, Beauty, the Home, Travel, Relationships, Money and Business, Faith. And you’ll find Brain and Memory Foundation articles there, too. Sign up for Carol Doyel’s newsletter, too.
With a mission of ‘encouraging vibrant and healthy living’, this site for the over-50’s includes a wide variety of resources, as well as targeted ads for local groups. Many categories offer useful articles and information and the site is attractively illustrated and set out. It’s easy to read and well worth a visit. Take the poll!
SelfGrowth.com is the most complete guide to information about Self Help on the Internet.
A lively site with quick-read, colourful links. articles, and polls that encourage the over 50’s to ‘live life to the full’. I liked the varied categories of entertainment, finance, health, home & lifestyle, sports & leisure, technology and travel. While the focus is the UK, there is something here for every baby boomer, world-wide.
Cerebral Palsy Resources
https://cerebralpalsygroup.com This foundation provides free educational information and support to those who have been affected by cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities.
https://cerebralpalsyguide.com This national organization provides free educational information, financial options and emotional support for parents and children affected by cerebral palsy.
http://www.cerebralpalsysymptoms.com Cerebral Palsy is the most common physical disability in childhood, with a child being born with CP every hour. This website raises awareness of cerebral palsy globally, providing information on this as well as other birth injuries.
This award-winning site deserves its wide readership. Clear, highly readable and easy to navigate, baby boomers and seniors will find much to entertain, inform and interest them. Illustrations enhance feature articles and although the site has a Vancouver focus, its contents are of much wider relevance.