Ageing Better: Evolving with hybrid models of delivery

Ageing Better: Evolving with hybrid models of delivery

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A digital event focusing on sharing learning around using a hybrid model to deliver services for older people

About this event

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, blending offline and online elements, continue to evolve. This session will explore the models being developed by Ageing Better partners as part of their work over the last 18 months.

At this event, we'll explore the impact, challenges and emerging best practices around hybrid models of delivery (delivery via face to face, online and telephone) developed as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Our 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 is relevant to any stakeholders involved in running groups, services or activities which are aimed at people aged 50+. Please feel free to pass the invitation on.

We hope that you can make it.

About Ageing Better

Ageing Better is a six-year, £78 million investment from The National Lottery Community Fund which aims to support people aged over 50 who are experiencing or at risk of social isolation and loneliness, so that they can lead more fulfilling lives, better connected to their communities. 14 local partnerships are working to ensure that people aged 50 and over are:

  • less isolated and lonely
  • more actively involved in their communities, with their views and participation valued more highly
  • more engaged in the design and delivery of services that improve their social connections
  • recognised for their positive contribution to society.

Ageing Better also supports:

  • services that improve social connections to be better planned, co-ordinated and delivered
  • the development of better evidence about how to reduce isolation and loneliness for people aged over 50, in order to improve the design of services in the future.