(PRWEB UK) 25 May 2012
Wouldn’t it be great if you could find one web site that provided the best of everything to do with a particular topic? In reality no one organisation or web site can be the best in every aspect.
Now, however, an innovative new network has been formed which brings together the very best websites particularly relevant to the over 50s.
The founding web sites cover areas including jobs and working in later life; a 24 hour online radio station and associated web site focusing on music which is widely appreciated by an over 50s audience; planning retirement and making the most of one’s lifestyle in retirement; mentoring opportunities for experienced people to mentor younger people in both their business and personal lives; home exercise and also exercise to aid rehabilitation, created and supported by healthcare professionals; a home handyman service which utilises a mature workforce; and a monthly online magazine providing articles on every aspect of later life including travel, health and relationships.
Tony Clack, the instigator of the Later Life Network, says: “The aim of the network is to make it very easy for those of us over 50 to become aware of useful information and facilities for enjoying and making the most of later life. Also, by working together, the sites involved can learn from one another, add further value to our audiences and build wider awareness”.
Tony said that only sites involved in providing genuinely useful information and services are being considered as participants in the network.
“We want to establish a network that represents the best of the best,” he added.
The founding members currently provide nine quality web sites and the network will grow during the course of the year as other identified quality web sites are invited to participate.
To find out more about the Later Life Network, and each of the members, just visit http://www.laterlife.net
For additional information contact Tony Clack on 01189 880188