The new age of work: flexible working and the opportunities for change

Age UK has published a policy report looking into older workers’ experiences of accessing and using flexible working. The report finds that flexible working is useful for a variety of reasons, for example to meet caring responsibilities, manage health conditions, or wind down to retirement, but that accessing it is often far from easy. ... Read more

Grasmere Sports Tales

The annual event of Grasmere Sports will have been running for 160 years in 2012 and thanks to a grant of nearly £38,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) stories and memories of those who have taken part or been connected with the games over generations will be collected and shared for generations to come. ... Read more

UK Older People's Day

Can you spare a few minutes: UK Older People’s Day is on 1st October to coincide with the UN International Day of Older Persons. The main aim for the Day is to be a national celebration of the achievements and contributions that older people make to our society and to the economy. Through this we hope to start to tackle negative attitudes and outdated stereotypes; 2012 is also the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations ... Read more

Beth Johnson Foundation Blog

  • Statement - Cancer Support Ser ...

    We are sorry to announce that from Wednesday 1st July the Staffordshire Cancer Support Programme (CaSP) at the Beth Johnson Found ...Read more

  • DEEP Moments

    BJF Dementia Advocacy Peer Support Group have been involved in a series of films by Bigger House Films, through DEEP (Dementia Eng ...Read more

  • Dementia Research Study

    Are you a carer of a family member or friend with dementia?  If you are 18 or older, are currently a carer of a family member ...Read more

  • A Carers Reflection

    Where did you go? A carer’s reflection   You were the strong one Would hold me  Waiting for my tears to dry. But n ...Read more



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