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Over 50? So What! – Season Eight, Episode Thirteen

Fun Social Outings with Link Transport, with multiple language support Most of us want to live in our own homes as long as possible. As we age we may experience some loss of mobility and also be unable to drive ourselves. And we may also not have any family members around who can help out. We take a bus load to the Elvis exhibition and chat with Danny Davis from Link Community & Transport. Suitable for multiple levels of mobility and support in 25 languages LINK simplifies access to social outings, assisted transport for medical shopping and family visits (just the transport, or as much help as you need), as well as in home cleaning and gardening support.

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