Making communities work for the most vulnerable: What can age-friendly learn from the dementia-friendly movement? Webinar IFA
Wed 12th Jul 2017
Age-friendly environments is a global emerging trend attracting the interest of all levels of governments, industry, NGOs and academia. Knowledge translation is just as important as knowledge creation, and for this reason the International Federation on Ageing (IFA) in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) are hosting a series of webinars. “Making communities work for the most vulnerable: What can age-friendly learn from the dementia-friendly movement? ” is the title of the third webinar lead by Ms. Natalie Turner, Senior Programme Manager (Localities), for the Centre for Ageing Better UK. Natalie manages Ageing Better’s work with places. Including strategic partnerships with Greater Manchester, Leeds and more recently the Centre’s role supporting the UK’s Network of Age-friendly Communities, with the appointment of a Network Manager. This webinar will address the following three questions: 1) What is the difference between age-friendly and dementia- friendly communities? 2) How do age-friendly and dementia-friendly frameworks align? 3) How can age-friendly communities take account of people living with dementia? The IFA and WHO looks forward to your participation!
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