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Retirement

‘Plan your own funeral’

Frontline article - Posted on 18/06/2013

The perils linked to poorly-planned funerals were outlined at the retirement event held at the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists’ (RCSLT) London headquarters. ...

Retired physios set new objectives

Frontline article - Posted on 18/06/2013

The CSP’s Retirement Association (RA) has elected a new committee and is on a drive to increase membership. The new chair is ...

‘Good endings’ at work ease retirement woes

Frontline article - Posted on 18/06/2013

Healthcare professionals should plan for their retirement in the same meticulous way that they prepared for their careers earlier in life. ...

Retired physios set new objectives

News item - Posted on 04/06/2013

4 June 2013 The CSP’s Retirement Association (RA) has elected a new committee and is on a drive to increase membership. ...

ARC 2012: Physio hopes to work until he is 68, but admits not everyone will be so lucky

News item - Posted on 10/02/2012

10 February 2012 Plans to extend the working lives of NHS staff could be unrealistic as far as physios are concerned - given the ...

Life after work

News item - Posted on 31/03/2011

31 March 2011 Scores of therapists assembled at CSP headquarters in London today to hear about making the most of life after work. ...

Longer work to hit physios

Frontline article - Posted on 17/03/2011

Pension cuts and later retirement will hit workers in non-sedentary jobs, said Kate Moran, the CSP’s head of employment research, on the day the Hutton report into pensions was published. ...

Hutton report means work longer, pay more, get less, says CSP

Frontline article - Posted on 14/03/2011

The CSP has said it will seek members’ views on Lord Hutton’s public sector pensions report before deciding what action to take. ...

Later retirement will hit physios hard

News item - Posted on 10/03/2011

10 March 2011 Planned pension cuts and later retirement age will put a burden on workers such as physios in non-sedentary jobs, says ...

Private physio hits ‘age ceiling’

Frontline article - Posted on 02/08/2010

A physiotherapist says he is being forced to give up his private practice because of age discrimination. Barry Maddox, 70, runs a ...

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