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Age Scotland networks provide our member groups in different parts of Scotland with an opportunity to meet up and to share news and information about their work.  
They enable members to find out more about Age Scotland and also the work of other local and national services, and they are vital for engagement.  They provide a forum for members to discuss and take forward issues that are important to their groups by contributing to local and national consultations which shape services and policies concerning older people.
Age Scotland network meetings were recently held in Aberdeen, Alness, Dunoon, Dumfries, Forres, Golspie, Glasgow, Kelso, Inverclyde, Inverness, Inverurie, Irvine and Stornoway.    The meetings included inputs and discussions on: 
Beating Doorstep Crime
Benefits Advice for Older People  
Community Transport
Engaging with Allied Health Professionals
Reshaping Care for Older People
Staying Active, Staying Connected
Stroke Awareness
Winter Warmer Preparations.   
Forthcoming Network Meetings
15th April 2016 Dumfries Dumfries & Galloway Members
29th April 2016 Kilmarnock Ayrshire Members
11th May 2016   Glasgow West of Scotland Members
12th May 2016 Hawick Scottish Borders Members
June 2016 Alness, Golspie and Wick Highland Members
Our 2016 National Conference 
Members from around Scotland come together for the Age Scotland National Conference.

Age Scotland networks provide our member groups in different parts of Scotland with an opportunity to meet up and to share news and information about their work.  

They enable members to find out more about Age Scotland and also the work of other local and national services, and they are vital for engagement. They provide a forum for members to discuss and take forward issues that are important to their groups by contributing to local and national consultations which shape services and policies concerning older people.

Age Scotland network meetings were recently held in Aberdeen, Alness, Dunoon, Dumfries, Forres, Golspie, Glasgow, Kelso, Inverclyde, Inverness, Inverurie, Irvine and Stornoway. The meetings included inputs and discussions on: 

  • Beating Doorstep Crime
  • Benefits Advice for Older People
  • Community Transport
  • Engaging with Allied Health Professionals
  • Reshaping Care for Older People
  • Staying Active, Staying Connected
  • Stroke Awareness
  • Winter Warmer Preparations.   

Forthcoming Network Meetings

29th April 2016 Kilmarnock - Ayrshire Members

11th May 2016 Glasgow - West of Scotland Members

12th May 2016 Hawick - Scottish Borders Members

(TBC) June 2016 Alness, Golspie and Wick - Highland Members

National Conference 

Members from around Scotland come together for the Age Scotland National Conference. Our latest conference was held on 16th March 2016 at Perth Concert Hall.

For more information: Call our community development team on 0333 32 32 400

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