Age-Friendly Whalley Range & Chorlton…and beyond Archive

Please find attached the following information for sharing: Chorlton and Whalley Range Dementia Action Group poster – 3 public meetings taking place in March Latest Working for a Healthier Manchester stakeholder bulletin Here is a link to the latest Age Friendly Manchester bulletin http://us10.campaign-archive1.com/?u=e3f7e71472075fe035e9d0592&id=15b28a7440&e=f85d1d2714 A copy of the Manchester

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Migration and Families in Europe: National and Local Perspectives at a Time of Euroscepticism Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 February 2017 The conference will explore a range of topics on family migration including ageing and elderly migration; refugee families; parenting and migrant children; family migration policies and practices; and

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Buzz news and events: Please find below information on support for anyone affected by Stroke, Creating Age Friendly Communities through Eating event, volunteering opportunities as a Digital Mentor and a training opportunity around funding. I hope you find this useful.   Support for People affected by Stroke   The

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  Ageing and social eating Developing age-friendly communities through eating with others From MICRA, Age Friendly Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University Critical and Community Psychology Research Group Friday 28 April 2017 Seminar 2-4 pm, free networking lunch from 1 pm G306B, The Jean McFarlane Building, University of Manchester, M13 9PL Social

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To register your interest in this research project please email angela.downing@phonecoop.coop Through the GHIA project, researchers with a range of academic specialisms will work with project partners from across Greater Manchester to understand the value of urban green and blue spaces for the health and wellbeing of older people. What

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