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DWP Later Life Newsletter – April 2014

April 25th, 2014 | Posted by Danny Elliott in DWP | Later Life Newsletter - (0 Comments)

The Department for Work and Pensions latest monthly bulletin, the DWP Later Life Newsletter, is now out. The newsletter includes the latest news on policy changes, good practice and initiatives and their impact on older people.

You can view the newsletter, and sign up to receive it monthly, here.

My House or My Home

March 5th, 2014 | Posted by Danny Elliott in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

On 6 February Age UK London, Making Research Count and the Social Care Workforce Research Unit hosted their sixth joint annual conference on the theme of older people called ‘My House or My Home?’.

You can read a brief report on the event, as well as find links to other resources including an in depth blog post from the Social Care Workforce Research Unit, on the Age UK London website.

DWP Later Life Newsletter – February 2014

March 5th, 2014 | Posted by Danny Elliott in DWP | Later Life Newsletter - (0 Comments)

The Department for Work and Pensions latest monthly bulletin, the DWP Later Life Newsletter, is now out. The newsletter includes the latest news on policy changes, good practice and initiatives and their impact on older people.

You can view the newsletter, and sign up to receive it monthly, here.

DWP Later Life Newsletter – January ’14

January 17th, 2014 | Posted by Danny Elliott in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

The Department for Work and Pensions latest monthly bulletin, the DWP Later Life Newsletter, is now out. The newsletter includes the latest news on policy changes, good practice and initiatives and their impact on older people.

You can view the newsletter, and sign up to receive it monthly, here.

AGEnda Newsletter – December 2013

January 6th, 2014 | Posted by Danny Elliott in AGEnda Newsletter - (0 Comments)

AGEnda, the newsletter of the English Forums on Ageing, released its December edition.

You can view the newsletter online here.

You can visit the AGEnda website here.