Save the date for the next Greater Macnhester Older People's Network event.
The Greater Manchester Older People's Network have relseased two new reports; a publication guide and an insights and recommendations booklet.
We are delighted to announce the five organisations that will this research project in Birmingham, Camden, Hackney, Leicester and Manchester.
This is a senior role as a Lead Analyst within the research team, delivering evaluations and acting as a key liaison for the GM Ageing Hub and ageing strategic priority.
The team of community reporters have produced the latest edition of The Record newsletter and a podcast.
Do you run or know of a community transport scheme in your area?
Campaigners from across GM want to change the record on what people think of growing older.
We have been working to understand what an age-friendly transport network looks like, what challenges older people face and what older people think the transport priorities should be.
We are delighted to announce who will be delivering a research project as part of our Ageing Equally? programme.
Physical activity can reduce the risk of falls by up to 37% and dementia by up to 30%, yet 4 in 10 Older Adults in GM are inactive.