Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, a wide range of resources have appeared on the Coronavirus Hub. These resources may prove helpful as your organisation continues to support older people during the pandemic. Find all the resources in the grid below:
As we slowly emerge from lockdown, the Quality and Transformation team have updated their guide to the help and support available to local partners.
Age UK Oxfordshire are offering 4 free training sessions for Age UK staff and volunteers who are looking to find out more about how creativity can support wellbeing.
Our VAT Helpline provider Crowe has published some guidance on VAT which may be useful.
Carers UK have launched a survey into carers’ experiences during the pandemic. Find out more, including some suggested copy for sharing on social media.
View the recording of a recent webinar from Age UK’s Health Influencing team which looks at the White Paper on Health and Social Care.
Find out all about this year’s Carers Week, including how you can get involved.
The latest edition of the Creative Later Life Newsletter is now available for partners to view, download, and adapt as you wish.
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.
While the Government’s new guidance on 8th March is a positive step, reuniting loved ones kept apart for over a year now comes down to local implementation. If you are concerned about visits in your area we have put together a pack to help you encourage visits to restart. We all know the depth of … Continue reading “Help restart care home visits in your area”
The latest fundraising bulletin on community, corporate, public sector and trusts funding is now available.
A confidential update to share on Age UK’s Partnership with Cadbury.
A Digital Inclusion update, covering an upcoming survey and a new way to access and share digital resources via file sharing platform BOX.
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