The Ageing Better programme would like to invite members of the Age UK Network to an event to explore the impact, challenges and emerging best practices around hybrid models of delivery (delivery face-to-face, online and by telephone) developed as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The session will take place on Tuesday 22nd March from 11:00-12:30, click here to book your place, or read on for more details.
The pandemic prevented most face-to-face delivery, requiring organisations to adapt and evolve their ways of working overnight. As we emerge from restrictions, hybrid models of delivery that blend offline and online elements, continue to evolve.
Drawing on learning from The National Lottery Community Fund’s Ageing Better programme, which sought to address loneliness and social isolation among people over 50, this session will explore the models being developed by Ageing Better partners as part of their work over the last 18 months.
About the event
The session will take place on Tuesday 22nd March from 11:00-12:30. It is being organised by Kaleidoscope Health and Care who are working in partnership with The National Lottery Community Fund.
Speakers from Ageing Better partnership areas across England will discuss:
- The context for, and advantages of, using a hybrid model of delivery
- The challenges that providers and services have experienced in adapting to a hybrid model of delivery
- Emerging practice and learning from the Ageing Better programme
There’ll also be lots of opportunities for discussion and space to share experiences, challenges and solutions.
This event will be relevant to anyone involved in running groups, services or activities aimed at people aged 50+ seeking to address loneliness and isolation.
If you are able to attend please sign up at the Eventbrite link here.