Age Friendly Ireland today hosted a conference on loneliness among older people. The conference saw the launch of the results of a study entitled ‘Only the Lonely’ – positive findings from the evaluation of an effective and low cost intervention to tackle loneliness – which explored the health benefits of enhancing social engagement in older […]
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Age Friendly Ireland invites you to the launch of ‘Only the Lonely: Positive findings from the evaluation of an effective and low cost intervention to tackle loneliness among older people’ This half day seminar takes place on 3rd October 2014 from 9am to 1pm in the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8. Speakers […]
Brian Lally reported from the launch of the Dublin City Age Friendly Strategy at City Hall for Drivetime on RTE Radio One yesterday, 10th September. Click here to listen to his report. (starts at 2:21:09)
Dublin Age Friendly City Strategy 2014-19 Dublin Age Friendly City has, today, launched its first Dublin City Age Friendly Strategy. The launch took place in City Hall in Dublin City Centre and speakers on the day included Minister of State, Kathleen Lynch TD, Cllr Críona Ní Dhálaigh and community activist Ellen Reddin. This Strategy will be […]
The recent launch of the Cavan Age Friendly Town Initiative was covered in the Anglo Celt newspaper (14th August 2014) Click here to read the article Cavan Age Friendly Town