Here you’ll find the latest information, advice, and guidance for supporting your staff and volunteers during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
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.
A roundup of news from across the Age UK Network.
Age UK’s Financial Governance Team has put together a summary document to help with the setting up of budgets and forecasts as we emerge from lockdown.
The latest edition of the Creative Later Life Newsletter is now available for partners to view, download, and adapt as you wish.
Local Age UKs need to make a change to the verification process for your DBS checks to make sure Age UK doesn’t receive confidential information about your employees and volunteers.
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.
Brand Partners will be unable to make edits to their websites between 7pm-8pm tonight (29 March) while the latest updates are installed.
Some local Age UKs have been in touch to let us know about a recent scam email they have received which it would be worth all members of the Age UK network keeping an eye out for. The sender pretends to be a photographer claiming their photos are being used on Age UK sites without … Continue reading “A recent email scam attempt to watch out for”
Have your say on the content for this year’s Age of Creativity Festival.
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