For Psychologists

Making the most of those Golden Years

COVID-19 guidance for health professionals

Enjoying Golden Years

independent living

At Pearson we are fully aware of changing demographics, current clinical trends and issues associated with aging – loss of mobility and decline of cognitive abilities.

Mobility and mental health are interconnected and are the key prerequisites that underpin one's independent living ability, e.g. using clocks and calendars, counting money, preparing snacks, using a phone, remembering simple information and taking medications.

Our aim is to enable aging population to make most of their golden years. We believe in the holistic approach of assessing both cognitive and physical functions at the early stages of aging in order to prevent loss of mobility and cognitive function, giving the elderly the gift of independent living as well saving public funds.


Download our new PDFs:

Perspectives from Occupational Therapists on issues impacting the UK's ageing population

Case studies by Occupational Therapists Dr Naomi Gallant, Nicola Pruss and Lauren Walker


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Reflecting on the UK's ageing population: Perspectives from a Psychologist 

Case studies by Clinical Psychologist Dr Reena Vohora


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Watch our video: Elderly care issues impacting the UK's ageing population

An interview with Occupational Therapists Shelley Hughes and Lauren Walker




The BPS Guide to Retirement, proudly sponsored by us


retirement-guide-finalPearson proudly sponsors this publication by The Psychologist, produced by The British Psychology Society (BPS) with tips on how to help retirees find new roles, get creative, plan for leisure and make a good use of technology to find new friends and    hobbies. 

Download the guide (PDF, 349MB)



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