Monthly Archive:: January 2016
How can health psychology help improve the lives of older people? Friday 19 February 2016 Seminar 2.00pm – 4.30pm (free networking lunch from 1.00pm) G306B, Jean McFarlane Building, University of Manchester, M13 9PL Speakers: Dr Laura Brown – ‘Relationships between Cognition and Health in Older Adults’ Prof Alison Wearden – ‘Understanding fatigue
A collaboration between Yusra Warsama (Poetry), Laia Becares (Research) and Mauro Camal (Film). Film funded by the School of Social Sciences Impact and Social Responsibility Fund and the Social Statistics Discipline Area. Laia Becares’ research was funded by a Hallsworth Research Fellowship and via an ESRC ‘Future Leaders’ Award.
PRESS RELEASE January 2016 OLDER PEOPLE LIVING ALONE URGED TO TAKE CARE IN COLD WEATHER A retirement housing scheme in Whalley Range is today urging older people living alone in the community to take extra care in the cold weather. Following a level-2 cold weather alert from the Met
Preparing for winter Staying healthy Keeping warm Heating your home Financial help Winter health resources Help an older person this winter Preparing for winter Cold weather can be a worry for those of us in later life. As we get older, our bodies respond differently and this can leave
Press Release 15th January 2016 For Immediate Release Did Muslim soldiers really fight for Britain in WW1? 2016 sees the official opening of the ‘Stories of Sacrifice’ exhibition, dedicated to the bravery and sacrifice of hundreds of thousands of Muslim soldiers who fought for Britain in World War One
Read the latest issue here: N and E January 2016 Happy New Year!
The team are also seeking a speaker for this event! Please get in touch if you can help! Deaf Education Advocacy Fellowship (DEAF) is very excited to announce the launch of the Deaf Black Minority Ethnic Project. This project aims to provide an opportunity for the BME communities of Trafford and the wider Greater Manchester
Would you like to share your skills and experience with children in Barlow Hall or Chorlton Park Primary Schools? Intergen is looking for volunteers aged 55 and over to spare a morning or afternoon a week to make friends with children, listen to them read, join in their classroom