Age Action Alliance Launch New Website

Posted in: News on May 29, 2013

The Beth Johnson Foundation is delighted to have been able to support the development of the new Age Action Alliance Website. Here's what Age Action Alliance had to say: "We are delighted to announce that the new Age Action Alliance website is now live!Our new online home provides opportunities for the Alliance to share information and good practice with Members and others interested in improving older people's lives. It should improve our communications, as well as providing opportunities for Members to showcase their work (via the Theme and Resources pages), share latest thinking (Blog), and demonstrate the value of working and communicating in partnership (News). This morning the Healthy Workplaces group launched their new on-line Employer Resource to assist employers manage the health and productivity of an ageing workforce, something we can now share on their dedicated theme page on the new website. We are grateful to everyone who played a part in developing the website: the older people, organisations and individuals who user tested the website for us and to Age UK Camden and Age UK for sharing their facilities and resources to make this possible; and the Alliance Communications Group, Partnership Board, Secretariat and Emily and Russell in particular for managing the project to completion. We also want to thank the Beth Johnson Foundation and European Commission Representation in the UK, without whose support we would not have been able to develop this fantastic resource, building on the legacy of the European Year of Active Ageing and Solidarity Between the Generations (EY2012). We hope you like the new site and will help us spread the word, support the Alliance work and help us to keep content fresh. For those of you who use social media, please 'like us' on Facebook, mention us on Twitter @AgeActAlliance and blog for us about why you joined the Alliance and want to work in partnership. Send us your pictures too!"You can visit the website at the same address as before: www.ageactionalliance.org


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