How community organisations contribute to healthy ageing
This webinar explored the findings from our evaluation of the Leeds Neighbourhood Network.
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Living in a community that supports our health and basic needs is an important part of growing older. In Leeds, there is a group of voluntary organisations that do just that.
This webinar explored the findings from our evaluation on the Leeds Neighbourhood Network. The Leeds Neighbourhood Network comprises 37 voluntary organisations working across the whole of Leeds. Each area works with members and volunteers to deliver a range of activities to improve and promote health and wellbeing, including advice and information, help around the home, healthy living activities, leisure and recreation and general support.
Chair: Natalie Turner, Head of Localities, Centre for Ageing Better
Chris Dayson, Associate Professor, Centre for Economic and Social Research, Sheffield Hallam University
Dawn Newsome, Chief Executive Office, Armley Helping Hands
Emma Easton, Deputy Director Voluntary Partnerships, NHS England and NHS Improvement