Case Studies

Arts4Wellbeing 

Loneliness & Isolation Case Studies
Bill, Chrissie, Christine and Honor all volunteer with Arts4Wellbeing. Arts4Wellbeing organise groups and activities to bring people together through arts and creativity, and is coordinated by Mike and Sara.
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  24/10/2018   Categories: Ageing Well in Wales Programme No partner
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Flintshire U3A 

Loneliness & Isolation 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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Gwanwyn club 

Loneliness & Isolation 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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Shabir: Community Connector 

Loneliness & Isolation Case Studies
Shabir is a Community Connector working for Newport City Council, with a focus on BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) communities. The Connectors support older people to keep in touch with local activities, groups and clubs.
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  24/10/2018   Categories: Ageing Well in Wales Programme No partner
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Suzanne: Read To Me 

Loneliness & Isolation Case Studies
Suzanne volunteers with the Read to Me scheme run by Torfaen Library Service, which brings people together to read with those who can’t get out to a library themselves, or are unable to read on their own due to illness or disability.
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  24/10/2018   Categories: Ageing Well in Wales Programme No partner
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