Loneliness and Older People

June 22, 2016

Loneliness and Older People
The Guardian reports today about the growing number of older people being lonely and feeling isolated. A large proportion still have families and friends yet do not have that human contact and social involvement; this may be due to many reasons such as distance or finances. As stated in the report 'we must help local authorities realise that being lonely is not normal or necessary'. To read the full report click here


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