(one's) autumn years

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(one's) autumn years

The time period near the end of one's life. Now that you're retired from work, how do you plan to spend your autumn years?
See also: year
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Having worked with ageing greats like Youri Djorkaeff, Jay-Jay Okocha and Fernando Hierro in their autumn years, new Blues boss Sam Allardyce is taking every opportunity he can to rest Rooney's legs when possible having substituted him in the 80th, 83rd, 77th and 89th minute of his four Premier League matches in charge so far - but only giving him a breather once the damage is done.
Jenny, who previously worked as a senior care officer at a Cardiff day centre, said: "I love working with older people and I didn't want to see anyone living their autumn years feeling alone.
As they enter their autumn years, buildings will generally be redeveloped to provide commercial spaces that are more in-keeping with the demands of contemporary occupiers and changes to working practices.
We return to the titular hotel in India where a handful of elderly Brits are living out their autumn years.
The idea of a gated community comes from the USA where they have been common for many years, mostly catering to the super rich who do not want to be bothered with the public or older people who like to feel secure and relaxed in their autumn years.
We return to the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (home to the "elderly and beautiful") in Jaipur, India, where a handful of aged Brits have chosen to live out their autumn years in a country where pensioners are respected and revered.
It contains a financial planning checklist, advice on state benefits that people might be entitled to and options to help them fund their autumn years, including equity release and down-sizing.
We are slowly but surely stamping out discrimination from other areas of society, Now that the Baby Boomers of the post-war years are moving into their autumn years, the needs of the older person will become more pressing.
As the baby boomers enter their autumn years, British convenience retailers should be working harder to lure them out of Wait-rose and M&S and into their own stores, according to the experts.
EVERY year more and more Brits are escaping to warmer climes to make the most of their autumn years - and Spain, Cyprus and Portugal are among the top destinations.
Research from Prudential found that today's under 25s are looking forward to enjoying the good life in their autumn years, but many have not considered the hard truths of living life as a pensioner.
The couple's romance echoes the soap story of Jim Branning and Dot Cotton, who fell in love and married in their autumn years.
It is easy to mock the past and those who continue to cherish their memories in their autumn years.
We return to the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (home to the elderly and beautiful) in Jaipur, India, where a handful of aged Brits have chosen to live out their autumn years.
The site - a joint venture between the universities of Birmingham and Nottingham - was formed to help the elderly enjoy their autumn years instead of suffering with the agonising affliction and other diseases associated with growing old.