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Jan 14, 2015 | by Centre

Ageing Better

Last week we talked about out wellbeing for children and young people, this week we’re thinking about older people.

Yesterday saw the launch of the Centre for Ageing Better, a fellow What Works Centre who have received £50million from the Big Lottery Fund. The Centre’s primary aim will be to support a good quality of life in older age and promote the benefits of an ageing society by bridging the gap between research, evidence and practice.

Our pioneer case study  this week focuses on wellbeing for older people, showcasing the Age UK project Fit for Future based in Rotherham.

→ be one of our wellbeing pioneers

 

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