fit as a fiddle: A Lasting Legacy

 
 
Paul Stonebrook

Thistle Marble Arch Hotel, London
Thursday 15 March 2012

fit as a fiddle: A lasting legacy brought together over 150 delegates interested in delivering health and wellbeing services to people in later life. 

The day showcased the work of Age UK’s fit as a fiddle programme and explored its place in the wider context of healthy ageing across Europe.

We have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from attendees, including:

  • 'A very informative and inspiring day' Leeds Community NHS Trust
  • 'Exceptional' Family Mosaic
  • 'Informative and enjoyable day' Families and Social Care
  • 'Excellent networking and speakers' Age UK Dorchester

 Presentations from the day

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Dr Nori Graham, Chair, Public Health and Active Lifestyles working group

opens link in new window View the parallel session summariesPaul Stonebrook, Head of Physical Activity, Department of Health

opens link in new window View the parallel session summariesDr Ambreen Shah, Deputy Director England Policy, Big Lottery Fund

opens link in new window View the parallel session summariesDespina Spanou, Chair of EU Platform for Action on diet, physical activity and health

(Coming soon)

Age UK's health and wellbeing strategy
Ruthe Isden, Public Services Programme Manager, Age UK

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Christian Schweizer, Technical Officer, World Health Organisation

opens link in new window View the parallel session summariesNicola Smith, Associate Director, Ecorys

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The fit as a fiddle portfolio is funded by the Big Lottery Fund as part of the Wellbeing programme, to deliver £15.1 million worth of projects across all English regions until 2012.

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