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Providing information and advice to older people in Wales to enable them to maintain good health throughout the winter months.
Inside our Keep Well this Winter website you'll find advice on staying healthy and warm this winter.There are useful tips for heating your home effectively, information on the available financial support and steps for preparing for the winter.
Age Cymru would like to clarify that the flu jab provides essential protection from seasonal flu each year, but that it does not protect against pneumonia. However, protecting yourself from flu is a key action to take each year, as in severe cases flu can be life threatening, and pneumonia may be a complication of a severe bout of flu. It is important to note that the chances of developing pneumonia in the elderly is greatly enhanced if you get flu but not all older people with flu will get pneumonia.
The tips provided in this short film are really helpful and practical, and will support older people to Keep Well, Keep Warm and Keep Safe throughout the winter months.
Keep Well this Winter is coordinated by Age Cymru, the Charity dedicated to improving the lives of older people in Wales. If you would like any further information or campaign resources for the Keep Well this Winter Campaign, please contact us.
Age Cymru Ty John Pathy13/14 Neptune CourtVanguard WayCardiffCF24 5PJTel: 029 2043 1555Fax: 029 2047 1418
You can also contact us or request Keep Well this Winter information by emailing email@example.com
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