Retirement Managing the Change
New to retirement? Many people find retirement a major change and sometimes a challenge. What will it mean for you? If you have retired and are finding it a bit of a shock to your system you may be interested in a one-day workshop in Sheffield to: - explore what retirement means to you -share insights on how to manage this new phase of life -discuss issues around, for example, activities, relationships, health, and identity in retirement. The workshop will be led by Sylvia Ashton, an independent education consultant and Neil Atkinson, a coaching psychologist. Following this “taster’ day further workshops may be planned, depending on interest. There will be 12 places on this workshop, to be held on Tuesday 30 April, from 11.0am to 3.30pm at the Hallam University Multi-Faith Centre in central Sheffield. It will be based on a course devised by Julia South and Carol Ellis (Sheffield and Bromley U3A) and inspired by the book ‘Retiring with Attitude’ by Caroline Lodge and Eileen Carnell (2018).
|Coordinator||Neil Atkinson and Sylvia Ashton|
|Telephone||email only. or|
|Meeting Day/Time/ Frequency||30th April 11 to 3 30|
|Venue||Sheffield Hallam University, Multifaith Centre, S1|
|Access||Accessible public venue without hearing loop|
|Parent||Short Courses, Set A|