Retirement advice for friends and family
Helping a friend or family member to plan for retirement can be challenging, but with decades of experience in everything from making moving less stressful to financial planning or suggesting the right level of domestic and personal care your loved one would benefit from, we're here with retirement advice to help support you in making their retirement a happy one.
Whether you want to learn more about age-related health concerns, keeping active, taking up a new hobby, or our retirement homes — our expert retirement advice will help you to help them whatever the stage of their retirement journey.
Find retirement advice for a friend or family member.
Are your parents retired, bored and lonely? Read our expert McCarthy Stone guide to things to do to help them turn a lonely retirement into a happy one.
If you’re thinking ‘my parents are planning an active retirement how can I help?’ our advice on planning retirement activities, and more, is for you. Read our tips now.
If you’re wondering ‘can I buy a retirement property for my parents?’, our expert guide explains everything you need to know.
If your elderly parents need a bit of help, or you want to future-proof their lifestyle, assisted living could be the answer. Read our guide to moving parents into assisted living.
Talking to elderly parents about moving to be closer, or to downsize can be tricky but it’s an important topic to tackle. Read our guide to having ‘the chat’.
There are many benefits of your parents moving closer to family, for them and for you. But how can you convince them? Read our five tips.
Retirement advice for a friend or family member
Ready to help your parent(s) retire? Check out more useful retirement advice for friends and family including frequently asked questions, help to understand our service charges and a guide to common retirement terms.