Wellbeing in Later Life
Rogers & Norton were delighted to host the Norfolk Wellbeing Service’s workshop “Wellbeing in Later Life” last week at the Assembly House.
We were thrilled that some of our clients and professional contacts were able to join us to learn more about how we can promote wellbeing in later life. This session looked at how anxiety, depression and low mood amongst others can affect our wellbeing at any stage of our lives but focussed particularly on factors that may lead to these in our later lives.
We were able to consider one thing that each of us could do to assist with our wellbeing that we had forgotten to do or convinced ourselves that we were too busy to fit into our schedule, such as baking, reading, swimming or going to the gym.
The workshop was also helpful in suggesting ways which can improve our wellbeing and through either self-help or guidance from the Wellbeing service.
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