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A special edition of our Info NOW mail highlighting the role of the carer and the support available in Newcastle to help them carry out, sustain and get a break from that role.
Info NOW news contains lots of opportunities for action this week – take part in Dementia Lab, comment on rehabilitation services for blind and partially sighted people and courses for those with Type 2 diabetes.
Are we falling into the stereotype of ageing poorly because we feel negatively about ageing?
What’s in Newcastle – have you been assigned grandparenting duties? Have a look at our Summer activities section. Also, look at our ageing in the workforce article and plan your involvement in the next CCG consultation.
Info NOW’s first feature issue is on volunteering. We explore the benefits of volunteering and offer a range of volunteering options for you to consider. We highlight research opportunities in this issue.
News, research and information for older people in Newcastle. Includes: what is frailty and an opportunity to discuss it, updates on risk factors for dementia and the importance of getting more vulnerable people online.
News and information aimed at people over 50 years – avoiding scams, digital credit, review of the funerals industry and much more ..
News and information for Older People in Newcastle. Includes what’s on, research related to ageing and opportunities to get involved. Opportunities to volunteer and get involved in activities in the North East, plan your May break and read the latest research on ageing and employment.
News for residents and people working in Newcastle. Find out about the Dementia challenge, read about bowel cancer awareness and read the GaN Canny, Newcastle CVS report about the state of the voluntary sector.
What’s going on in Newcastle over Easter, energy saving tips and a new opportunity for people with dementia.