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The Local Government Association (LGA) has today published a new guide to help local authorities reduce loneliness in older age in their communities, written in conjunction with the Campaign to End Loneliness and Age UK. The guide argues that loneliness is a massive public health issue which councils across the UK need to be taking…
In December I attended the launch of the Centre for Aging Better, a What Works Centre set up in 2014 with an endowment from the Big Lottery Fund of £50 million. Headed by Anna Dixon, it aims to identify initiatives and behavioural changes that can help people confront the experiences of aging. At the launch,…
Brightlife, the Big Lottery-funded partnership set up to improve the lives of older people in Cheshire West and Chester, is launching the region’s first Social Prescribing service in the rural village of Malpas. But what exactly is social prescribing, and how can it help alleviate loneliness? One of the trickiest things about preventing loneliness and…
The Campaign to End Loneliness 2nd Annual Learning Network Conference will be held in Cardiff in partnership with Ageing Well in Wales.
Join 150+ other people throughout the UK who are working to address loneliness in older age to discuss brand new research and good practice, and learn how to better identify and measure loneliness. The conference is a nationwide meeting that is designed to celebrate the work of our Learning Network, as well as be an opportunity for members to rejuvenate and reconnect with what else is going on across the UK.
For more information about this event see this page.
We have a small number of travel & attendee bursaries available. To apply for a bursary, please email Dr. Kellie Payne at firstname.lastname@example.org
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