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Age UK Camden | For the local community
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Age UK Camden and partner organisations win £4.5m to support isolated older people in Camden.
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Age UK Camden's Annual General Meeting was held on 30th September 2014 at Camden Town Hall.
This years guest speaker was Baroness Sally Greengross, CE International, Longevity Centre - UK, Chair All Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia.
The AGM is also the launch of the 2013-14 Annual Review.
Annual Review 2013-14
Annual Accounts 2013-14
Age UK Camden has recently launched a new user friendly E-resource which has been especially developed for local leaseholders, private sector landlords, agents and local advice and support networks. The new E-resource also features an online referral form which is a quick and easy way of contacting the Age UK Camden Information, Advice and Advocacy Service.
Click here to visit the resource site
OurCamden is a membership scheme that is open to all who live, work or play in the borough of Camden. Age UK Camden is very proud to have worked with other organisations in the borough to create this unique membership organisation. Click here to find out how to get involved!
Click here to find out more about Opening Doors London new look and the 'Raise A Glass' Campaign
Click here to read the development plan
Age UK Camden has a comprehensive services directory featuring information on local services on care, health, housing, money, leisure etc. It also links to written materials from key organisations like Age UK and Camden Council, so you can download factsheets and leaflets at the touch of a button. The directory has full search facilities too.
Age UK Camden has produced a promotional and fundraising film: In Their Own Words.Introduced by Age UK Camden patron Sir Derek Jacobi, the film shows the varied projects and services that Age UK Camden provides. Hear from service users in their own words why Age UK Camden services are so important to them.
In general, older people are more likely to be disadvantaged in harnessing the power of ICT and therefore less able to overcome the digital divide.This video, made by Governance International, gives an overview of Age UK Camden's Computer Training Project and how we help older people to bridge the gap.
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