An unemployed grandmother faces a battle for financial survival after being told she does not qualify for Financial Assistance.
Dr Claudette Fleming, of Age Concern, says keeping older people in the workforce requires compromise.
Long-term care in Bermuda is still in a “crisis” situation, according to Age Concern director Claudette Fleming
Age Concern executive director Claudette Fleming believes caregivers need more support
Stagnant salaries and rising living costs are the real reasons why many poorer residents cannot afford groceries, a community advocate has claimed.
Age Concern has teamed up with a local physician to help seniors with medical expenses.
Older workers need to keep up with technological advances to remain valuable in the workforce.