This page holds all of our daily political updates for the network on the coronavirus between March and June 2020. You can also find the latest on Age UK’s policy and influencing work.
Age UK also sent weekly emails to all MPs explaining how they can help during the crisis, you can read these here.
Carers UK have launched a survey into carers’ experiences during the pandemic. Find out more, including some suggested copy for sharing on social media.
Find out all about this year’s Carers Week, including how you can get involved.
Age UK’s Heath Influencing Team are hosting a webinar to present their research on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on older people’s physical and mental health.
Age UK’s Health Influencing Team and SCIE are both holding upcoming webinars on care. Find out how to book for either event.
Age UK is updating its research on the impact of Covid-19 on older people. These findings will be released in April, along with a webinar to discuss the research.
Age UK’s new report “Digital inclusion and older people – how have things changed in a Covid-19 world?” will be published today, find the full press release here.
Today marks the first ever Accessible Voting Day, a new awareness day to promote the rights of people with disabilities to take part in politics and vote.
Charity Finance Group (CFG) is offering organisations that join in March 2021 an additional month of membership for free.
Following the release of the Winter Health campaign packs in November, we would love to hear your feedback on this process and how we could improve in future.
An opportunity to hear and ask questions about the latest updates on the Covid-19 pandemic and the plans around the easing of lockdown.
This year, many older people may be looking to use a postal vote for the first time. Below is some guidance to share with your service users.
Age UK is working to ensure all care home residents can enjoy meaningful visits by March 1st 2021. Find out all the details.
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