We will all have our own memories of the start of this crisis. For me the most vivid was actually not one of the more negative ones. It wasn’t the anxiety I felt, like everyone else, as I grabbed as much office equipment as I could and headed home on the train fearing the worst.
Did you know that London has the worst ‘pensioner poverty’ rate in the country and that poverty among older Londoners is rising?
As the lockdown progressively eases, it is important to remember that vulnerable people are still requiring our support and will continue to do so when we adapt to ‘the new normal’. Su Elliott, Membership Secretary of Wandsworth Older Peoples’ Forum, has been regularly checking up on its members throughout this lockdown. You can find below her latest report.
Like many others, coronavirus turned my world upside down. I’m a musculoskeletal Physiotherapist from London and I specialise in Sports Medicine. I have spent the past five years working in professional women’s football and national gymnastics..