New web sites

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

# The Disabled Photographers’ Society, the national charity sponsored by film and camera company, Konica UK, now has a presence on the world wide web. Site address: # Professionals working with older people can access a broad range of contacts and organisations concerned with helping improve older people’s quality of life. has been created on behalf of the National Preventative Task group and provides a gateway to practical information for those interested in helping older people maintain their independence. # aims to provide a support network for people facing illness, ageing, death and bereavement, and for the people who care for them. Content and options at the web site include: mobility and independence, care and support, when someone dies, coping with loss, finance, funding and law and health issues. # Plimsoll Publishing has launched which finds and names acquisition prospects in a chosen market. It then provides proj

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