Reports, presentations and recommendations arising from Positive Ageing's work.

Making London Age Friendly Conference, 10 May 2019

Following our recent very well attended event in partnership with the Greater London Authority (GLA) on 10 May 2019, see the speaker's presentations from the day below:

Diversity Conference, 22 February 2019

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Health & Wellbeing Conference, 22 October 2018

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Life Long Learning Conference, 23 May 2018

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Digital Inclusion Amongst Older Londoners, 22 February 2018

The recommendations are grouped under five broad themes:
  • Helping older Londoners to develop and improve their digital skills
  • Training and research
  • Co-designing digital services
  • Connectivity and security
  • Transport services
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Employment and Economic Development for Older Londoners

There were presentations on The DWP's Strategy for Older Workers by David Anderson, on Universal Credit by Andrea and Corrine Gregory from DWP, on the Economic and Employment Contribution of Older Londoners by Chris Walsh of PAiL & Wise Age, and on The Benefits of Older Londoners to London's Economy by Gordon Deuchars from Age UK London. See attached the submission that we have made to the Mayor's office.

Positive Ageing Response to the London Housing Strategy

You can now download a full summary of our recommendations from the conference here.

Positive Ageing Response to the Mayor's Diversity and Inclusion Strategy

Following our successful consultation event at City Hall on 1 September 2017, click here to read Positive Ageing in London's response to the Mayor's vision for diversity and inclusion based on older Londoners' feedback.