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  • Tuesday 5 November 2013

    Mindfulness: mind how you go

    Mindfulness can help you to calm down and cope with the everyday stresses and strains of caring. Read On
  • Friday 30 August 2013

    New picnic time

    Care blogger Duncan considers the different stages of his parents' retirement, and remembers some of the people who have been a part of it Read On
  • Friday 16 August 2013

    The night visit

    A rare evening visit to the home allows care blogger Duncan to see his mother, Mabel, at her most fragile Read On
  • Tuesday 13 August 2013

    Should I fund a friend in need or can the state help?

    Saga Magazine’s money expert Annie Shaw looks at one reader’s thorny issue of family, inheritance, property and care. Read On
  • Friday 2 August 2013

    Burns revisited

    On a beautiful day out in the countryside Duncan comes to a stark realisation, but he is determined to learn from past mistakes Read On
  • Friday 19 July 2013

    Alarm at Blackcraig Castle

    Duncan's father, Ian, makes a startling declaration on an outing to Blackcraig Castle Read On
  • Friday 5 July 2013

    Great expectations

    A good opportunity keeps Duncan busy, but he makes sure to find time for his parents even as he feels his own age starting to catch up with him Read On
  • Tuesday 2 July 2013

    Will my children or I get taxed on money I give them?

    Saga Magazine's money expert Annie Shaw this time deals with the welcome dilemma of a generous - but concerned - parent. Read On
  • Friday 28 June 2013

    Saga's Tim Pethick comments on the care cap

    As the Government announces the draft regulations on the eligibility criteria for paying for care, Tim Pethick, Strategy Director for Saga said this makes a mockery of the Care Cap. Read On
  • Thursday 27 June 2013

    Spending review: Government needs to cut but society needs to care

    Saga's strategy director Tim Pethick agrees that while cuts are necessary, they must occur within the context of a caring society.
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