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Help and support... for transitioning through later life NFOP can be a cost effective alternative to a scheme’s welfare service, as part of a leaving or retirement package. The end of working life is no longer a fixed point. As a person transitions towards retirement and beyond, NFOP can offer a number of ongoing support services providing help and signposting.


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NFOPMembership Services • Initial support over the phone on legal, tax, and financial matters • IT assistance on computer problems via a dedicated helpline or email address • A regular informative and entertaining magazine and e-newsletter • Access to the members’area of the NFOP website • Offers and discounts on selected third party service providers • Membership of a local group with opportunities for social activities and outings • NFOP Travel Club offering insurance and holiday deals 01582 721652

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“I think probably the biggest benefit we have from using the system is the fact that we can load various types of documents, not just ePayslips (electronic payslips) which means that an individual can

access all finance related documents in one place.” Payroll & Pensions Manager, Northumbria Police


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Glide through winter

Georgina Mason, marketing manager for The Healthy Employee, sets out the way to feel happy and healthy T he colder, darker months force us to change our routines and lifestyles to suit the weather. Our habits may

make weight maintenance a breeze. ● Exercise – Many gyms offer an array of classes for all tastes, abilities and lifestyles. Check out your local branch and see if something takes your fancy. Getting your blood pumping will increase your serotonin levels, making you happier and therefore healthier. ● Eat real food – Food is key in maintaining your health and happiness. It is vital that you avoid processed foods and stick to real ingredients. Home-cooked

food doesn’t have to be boring or time consuming – simply adding herbs and spices can transform a meal. Things can also be cooked in bulk and frozen for a later date. ● Be kind to yourself – Feelings of lethargy are natural this time of year, and you shouldn’t beat yourself up about it. However, you can help yourself by taking bite-sized proactive changes in your usual lifestyle pattern that may begin to chip away at current unhappiness. ❏

become more sedentary, but it is vital that we look after our health and wellbeing throughout winter. Our habitual hibernation will likely decrease our levels of exercise, and increase our cravings for comfort food. The lack of daylight will also test our mood and energy levels. Here are simple alterations that will encourage an uplifted mood and

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