Let us help, Ageing is Everybody's Business, Always

March 30, 2020

Let us help, Ageing is Everybody's Business, Always
The staff at Beth Johnson Foundation (BJF) know how this Coronavirus is affecting and impacting our daily lives and we want to help. Although we are unable to offer face - to - face assistance at the moment, we are still available for those of you who need support, advice or maybe someone to simply talk to. With this in mind, we have staff who you can email or ring for each of our three local projects and our intergenerational project in Northern Ireland.

Dementia Advocacy: Provides FREE support for people who are living or know someone with dementia especially those who might be struggling. Please contact: laura.higgins@bjf.org.uk  07852229516 (8.30am to 4.30pm Mon-Friday)
Please note the areas covered by this project are Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire.

Healthy Generations Digital Programme: TELEPHONE LIFESTYLE SUPPORT SERVICE FOR PEOPLE AGED 50+PLUS . Healthy Generations is a project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund The Beth Johnson Foundation are delighted to offer individual telephone support around health and wellbeing for people aged 50+ living in Stoke-on-Trent.  Following on from our face-to-face Positive Ageing Workshop sessions, we can now offer this new telephone support.  The sessions will resume when Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
 If loneliness is affecting you and the way that you feel, please contact the Healthy Generations Team.  The team members are all experienced in the promotion of health and wellbeing.  We can now offer telephone support to help you to achieve your goals and reduce feelings of isolation, we would be able to help you to form new connections and become involved or signpost where
applicable. For further information, please contact Jane Snape, Project Co-ordinator: 07930 321841 jane.snape@bjf.org.uk

Linking Generations Northern Ireland:  Are projects which link older and younger people together for the good of the community. For more information, please contact: 
infolgni@bjf.org.uk

For general enquiries about BJF and the work we are involved in, please contact: angela.tunnicliffe@bjf.org.uk


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