The Age Space podcasts are a series of informal and lively chats between Age Space founder Annabel James and a whole range of experts in industries such as finance, health, psychiatry, travel and transport. In the episodes, which are freely available to listen to, we get to grips with some of the complexities of old age and elderly care for anyone supporting parents or relatives.
Podcasts are somewhere between an audio book and a radio programme. But, rather than tune in to the radio, and similar to buying an audio book, you can listen anytime, anywhere from your computer or mobile phone.
Podcasts are hosted by different platforms and made available through their individual ‘apps’. Ours are hosted by Podbean. You need to download the app in order to listen to a podcast. Which app you should download depends on your device:
If you decide that you like our podcast series, you can also ‘Subscribe’ or ‘Favourite’ podcasts that you’re interested in. Any new podcasts will then be downloaded automatically to your device. Happy listening!
With personal finance expert and author Jason Butler, Annabel explores:
Later in the series, Dr Alex Bailey, old age psychiatrist, talks passionately about:
A lighter subject but just as fraught with difficulties, Debbie Marshall, founder of Silver Travel Advisor, discusses travel in old age. We explorehow to continue to make it fun.
Rounding off this series of podcasts is Lorna Lee from the AA. We talk about the prickly subject of driving (29th November) – and when to stop – in old age.
Our first series of podcasts gives you insight, ideas and perspectives on elderly care and finance.
This podcast is presented to you by Annabel James, founder of Age Space, and Jason Butler, financial wellbeing expert and author of “Money Moments: Simple Steps to Financial Wellbeing”.
In this series, we talk about Organising the Finances, Funding Care, Equity Release, Inheritance, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Making Wills.
In light of the current situation with Coronavirus we’ve created a group for people supporting elderly relatives at risk of Coronavirus.
A chance to virtually meet others in the same position, ask questions and share your experience in these strange and uncertain times.
It’s going to be a big team effort to get through this.