Meet the In-Betweeners

On 10 April, members of the AAA theme ‘Valuing the contributions of older people’ ran an engaging session at the Oxford Jam called “MEET THE NEW IN-BETWEENERS: THE BIGGEST OPPORTUNITY… Read more text

Hearing loss and dementia

It is believed that over 9 million individuals in the UK suffer some degree of hearing impairment. Based on research by hearing charity, Action on Hearing Loss, the biggest cause… Read more text

What is a credit union?

Credit unions are co-operative mutual businesses owned and controlled by their members and are regulated by both the Prudential Regulation Authority and the Financial Conduct Authority.  They operate on the… Read more text

Age of Opportunity

The Commission on the Voluntary Sector & Ageing has published ‘Age of Opportunity’, a new study exploring the risks and opportunities facing the voluntary sector as a result of the… Read more text

The Trouble With Attitudes

Having recently become a member of the AAA Attitudes to Ageing Working Group, I enjoyed a very lively session a couple of weeks ago.  Gillian Peel Chaired the meeting and… Read more text

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