Ageing Better Around the Country

Time to Shine has contributed to the larger Ageing Better community in a number of ways. Other areas have adopted some of our monitoring and evaluation resources and Manchester would like to pilot a scheme similar to Shared Tables.

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Staff and volunteers from other Ageing Better areas gather in Leeds for a national conference.

Time to Shine has contributed to the larger Ageing Better community in a number of ways. Other areas have adopted some of our monitoring and evaluation resources and Manchester would like to pilot a scheme similar to Shared Tables

The conversation was lively both in person and on Twitter

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A tweet from Hall Aitken describes the Access Ambassadors scheme from Ageing Better Sheffield.

We even got a chance to vote anonymously on how much we agreed or disagreed with potentially controversial statements such as "Social isolation is a valid choice." 

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A tweet about table discussions and voting on controversial statements.

In parallel with the problem we are trying to solve, we can sometimes become isolated in our own work. It is great to meet and talk with other people around the country who are facing some of the same experiences we do, so we know we are not alone.

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