Intergenerational Fairness Forum news

The next meeting ;of the Intergenerational Fairness Forum will take place from 3.30-4.45pm on Wednesday 18 May in Committee Room 3a, when we will be discussing whether the introduction of mandatory voting in the UK would result in greater intergenerational fairness in public policy. ... Read more

Intergenerational Learning

Our Intergenerational Learning Programme is an accredited Open College Network course that teaches you everything you need to know about intergenerational practice and learning. Ideal for a multi-generational workforce or community group ... Read more

Intergenerational Fairness Forum meetings in Parliament 2016

Forum to discuss House of Commons Select Committee inquiry into intergenerational fairness Baroness (Sally) Greengross is chairing a Forum meeting on Wednesday 9 March 2016, from 3.30-5pm in Committee Room 3 of the House of Lords to discuss the issues raised by the House of Commons Work and Pensions Select Committee inquiry  into intergenerational fairness.  ... Read more

Age Friendly Cities News

Delighted to have visited Steelite International today to present their certificate for being an age friendly business. The Beth Johnson Foundation is working with Stoke on Trent City Council for it to achieve its status as an ‘Age Friendly City.We want Stoke on Trent to be a great place to grow older and to involve all its citizens, businesses and organisations in achieving this ambition. Steelite International is an award winning company that is committed to manufacturing in Stoke on Trent creating more jobs and continuing to invest in the regeneration of the city. We are delighted that they have agreed to support the Age Friendly movement and have shown that they are committed to being an age friendly business and employer by, for example, encouraging an age diverse workforce and providing pre-retirement planning. ... Read more

Active Ageing presents Active in Age

The Active Ageing project is pleased to offer the opportunity to attend the Beth Johnson Foundation’s Active in Age training. Active in Age is a fully accredited training course, which allows you to gain a Level 3 qualification and safely deliver physical Activity to older adults. The training will take place on Thursday 09.30am- 3.30pm ... Read more

Active in Age Refresher Free Course

Book Now! The Beth Johnson Foundation Positive Living Project is pleased to offer you the opportunity to take part in the  FREE Active in Age Refresher Training. ... Read more

No one should face cancer alone

These words are at the heart of our Staffordshire and Wolverhampton Cancer Advocacy Project and now you can view a film which has been released celebrating the work of the project and highlighting the impact that advocacy can have on the lives of older people affected by cancer ... Read more

A Great Place to Grow Older

The Beth Johnson Foundation is working with Stoke on Trent City Council for it to achieve its status as an ‘Age Friendly City’.  We want Stoke on Trent to be a great place to grow older and to involve all its citizens, businesses and organisations in achieving this ambition. The Beth Johnson Foundation has provided training to public and private sector businesses, helping them to consider ageism, stereotyping and any changes they could make in their approach and actions they could take to promote age friendly engagement. ... Read more

All Ages

Whilst we talk about a future for all ages, and by that we mean a good, healthy and meaningful future, there is an extreme sadness for some people who can’t obtain this. They are experiencing the ageless scourge of our society, loneliness. The recent BBC documentary ‘The Age of Loneliness’ demonstrated that there is no age limit to feeling this way and there are many, many reasons why people feel the way they do. Of course we are all aware we are living longer which in turn can result in more people living alone when partners, children and friends have died before them. ... Read more

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