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Natalie Turner
Natalie
Turner
Deputy Director of Localities
Natalie works with localities to help them build age-friendly communities.

Natalie joined the Centre for Ageing Better in 2016, where her role is to help create more places where people can enjoy later life.

Natalie’s goal is to create more places where people can live a good later life. Her team works through strategic partnerships with Greater Manchester, Leeds, and Lincolnshire, as well as providing support to the UK Network of Age-friendly Communities.An affiliate of the World Health Organisation’s Global Network for Age-friendly Cities and Communities.

Natalie has been working on ageing issues locally, nationally, and internationally since 2010. She was previously at AARP in Washington, DC translating international practice for a US audience, and also at Age UK London.

 

Articles written by Natalie

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The Levelling Up White Paper has made closing the gap in healthy life expectancy one of its missions. This is how Age-friendly Communities can help.
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The places we live in play an important role in how we age – but there's no one-size fits all approach. Different localities have distinct assets and challenges. By taking these into account, we can generate solutions that work for us all.
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Councils are at the heart of supporting local communities and people to thrive. Given the population age shift, all local authorities should commit to becoming Age-friendly Communities and make their areas better places to grow old in.

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