Our social infrastructure - the shared spaces and public places that form a part of our everyday lives - are often overlooked, yet are a crucial part of our communities on many levels, particularly for reducing neighbourhood exclusion among older people.
GMCA's new report draws on research and learning gathered from the AfA programme to provide insight into what older people across GM think makes a neighbourhood age-friendly.
If you are able to help us promote the challenge, we are using Older People’s Day - today, Monday 1 October - as an opportunity to remind people of the challenge, and to encourage people to take part.
The International Day of Older Persons is celebrated annually on October 1st, and is also known as Older People's Day.
The winning bids following our recent Collective Effect tender exercise can now be announced.
We are pleased to announce that the Greater Manchester’s Age-Friendly Challenge application form is now online.
The Bolton Ambition for Ageing programme is seeking applications from Bolton based voluntary and community sector organisations to deliver targeted support for those over 50 who are socially isolated.
Manchester Museum and Ambition for Ageing, supported by the Big Lottery Fund’s Ageing Better programme, are delighted to be recruiting for this brand new post.
A new funding stream has been launched by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport to support digital inclusions programmes with a focus on older people.
The first of our Autumn/Winter 2018 seminar series, delivered as part of the Ambition for Ageing programme.