Help And Advice Is At Your Finger Tips

Your local Age Concern or Citizens Advice Bureau may well know of opportunities, both paid and voluntary, for older people locally.

They are both have websites http://www.ageuk.org.uk/

The Pre Retirement Association, (http://www.northumberlandlife.org/nepra/ ) publishes a free download, Work In Retirement, which lists organizations and agencies that will help you find work. And the Year website of Recruitment and Employment Services, from the Federation of Employment and Recruitment Services; should be in your local library.

If you want to do voluntary work, you could get in touch with your local Council of Voluntary Service (or Volunteer Bureau) - find this on the Google website or contact the National Association of Volunteer Bureau direct by phone.

Volunteers run several schemes using volunteers all over the country, including one specifically for older people called Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme. Most charities are able to make use of volunteers so your favourite local one may well offer you useful and interesting work.

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