Actions and Detail Panel
Ageing Well In London
Fri 21 October 2016, 10:00 – 14:00 BST
Ageing Well in London brings together key voices from research, health, culture, sport, voluntary sector, social care, public health and local government to explore ways in which older Londoners can lead active and fulfilling lives.
The event will showcase initiatives from the Mayor of London’s recent Get Moving pilot championing fresh approaches to social, physical and cultural activities for older Londoners alongside discussion, debate and networking. The event includes presentations, a panel discussion and round table workshops.
Meet others working in this area, explore current practice, hear examples of cross-sector collaborations and research.
Dr Jay Ginn, Sociologist and co-author of the 2015 report An Age Friendly City - how far has London come?
- Dan Jones, Director of Innovation and Change, Centre for Ageing Better
- Christina Victor, Professor of Gerontology and Public Health, Brunel University
- Jan Burkhardt, Dance and Health consultant and Health Improvement Specialist, Leeds City Council
The event is free and includes a light networking lunch.
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