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Ageing Well In Yorkshire and Humber October 2015

Future Years held their 10th Anniversary AGM and Conference at the National Railway Museum earlier in the month. It was well attended by 62 delegates who listened to engaging talks from Lord Filkin, Centre for Ageing Better, Guy Robertson, author of Ageing the Silver Lining and Andy Fox, NYCC Trading Standards.

Presentations:

Ageing the silver lining.pdf

Vulnerable Adults Scams_1.pdf

future_years_ageing well packs_PHE.pdf

Housing Workshop.pdf

Speakers included:

Lord Filkin, Centre for Ageing Better

Guy Robertson, Ageing: the Silver Lining

Andy Fox, Trading Standards, North Yorkshire County Council

Workshops included:

Warmer, Healthier and In Control: Dianne Bland from NEA

Housing: Tony Watts, Housing Champion for Older People in the Southwest

Ageing Well packs using data to find opportunities for improvement: Ceri Wyborn, Senior Health Intelligence Analyst and Scott Anderson, Senior Health Intelligence Specialist with Public Health England

Getting older people to engage and get on-line: Sharon Tynan, Development and Engagement Officer, Age UK London

Wiser with Age - 21st October 2013, Royal Hotel, York

Future Years held their AGM and annual conference, Wiser with Age on 21st October at the Royal York Hotel, York. Kate Adams, Principal Friends Manager, Age UK, chaired a lively event, attended by over 70 people. Speakers were inundated with questions and struggled to leave the podium for lunch!

Please see their presentations below:

Other speakers included:

  • Mark Gamsu, Visiting Professor Leeds Met, Social activism and health inequalities
  • Liz Kershaw, Older people in the media

Workshops:

Our last event....Combating Isolation and Loneliness Through Partnership

Sixty three people attended our conference in Sheffield on 15th November to consider how, together, we can combat isolation and loneliness amongst older people.

Laura Ferguson, the Director of the Campaign to End Loneliness set the scene explaining the impact loneliness can have on our health. Lonely individuals are at higher risk of hypertension, poor sleep, the onset of disability and poor self-rated physical health. Loneliness is also detrimental to mental health.

Campaign to End Loneliness - 15 November 2012.pdf

Lorraine Jackson, Senior Policy Officer with the Department of Health, said that health and social care are prioritising prevention work, keeping people independent in their own homes, but also in their communities.

DoH Presentation [Compatibility Mode].pdf

Delegates had the opportunity to attend two out of four workshops, the notes of each are below:

Community approaches to reducing social isolation.pdf

Engaging with people on JSNA.pdf

Working in Partnership with Health.pdf

Working in Partnership with Local Authorities.pdf

In the afternoon we heard from organisations on the work they are doing to help prevent loneliness amongst older people:

WRVS: WRVS.pdf

Rotherham Less Lonely: Rotherham Less Lonely Campaign [Compatibility Mode].pdf

Chief Fire Officers Association: CFOA Ageing Safely.pdf

 

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