Beth Johnson Foundation Newsletter March 2013

Posted in: News on March 7, 2013

Alan Hatton-Yeo, Chief Executive:'As the current austerity continues to tighten, working in partnership and thinking differently about what are our priorities and how we can achieve them becomes increasingly important. However, the one thing that does not change is the importance of promoting the active engagement of older people at the centre of all our work on ageing. This newsletter has four examples of engaging with older people in different ways that create better places for us to age.The Foundation is currently finalising its strategic plan for the future and our core themes will be age friendly communities and ageing across the life course. We will be telling you more about this in the coming months'.To read the full newsletter please go to our Facebook page Here

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