Case Studies

Otago 

Falls Prevention Case Studies
The voices of older people whose lives have improved after taking part in strength and balance classes run by Cardiff & Vale University Health Board.
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  24/10/2018   Categories: Ageing Well in Wales Programme No partner
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Elderfit 

Falls Prevention Case Studies
The benefits of falls prevention classes from a group run by Community Interest Company Elderfit. Video by Red Café.
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  24/10/2018   Categories: Ageing Well in Wales Programme No partner
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Flintshire U3A 

Learning case studies
Carole, Chris, Stuart, Elizabeth and Linda are members of Flintshire U3A (University of the Third Age), which is a volunteer-led learning group based around the principles of learning for pleasure. They run a range of activities based around... read more
 
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  24/10/2018   Categories: Ageing Well in Wales Programme No partner
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John: GrandFest 

Learning case studies
John lives in Maesteg, and since 2016 has been the chairman of the local Men’s Shed, working to lessen loneliness and isolation amongst men in the locality.
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  24/10/2018   Categories: Ageing Well in Wales Programme No partner
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Gwanwyn club 

Learning case studies
Alan, Carol, Kate and Julia are members of the Gwanwyn arts club in Aberystwyth, which is coordinated by Martine. The club was inspired by the activities of the annual Gwanwyn festival organised by Age Cymru, which celebrates creativity in older age.
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  24/10/2018   Categories: Ageing Well in Wales Programme No partner
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GrandFest 2016 

Learning case studies
Brilliant short film from Royal Voluntary Service on Grandfest, a festival they run celebrating and sharing the skills of older people.
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  24/10/2018   Categories: Ageing Well in Wales Programme No partner
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