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At Age UK Lincoln & South Lincolnshire, we often work with other organisations and universities on research projects that aim to use their findings to improve the lives of older people. 


  • Maintain is a home-based rehabilitation programme for people with dementia, who have sustained at least one fall in the last 6 months.

    To get involved or find out more, please contact Lyn Charles (Research Nurse) as follows: 

    Email -

    Tel:07971 129813




  • Join us in the world's largest study of Depression & Anxiety funded by The NIHR and part of the NIHR Bioresouce.

    Are you . . .

    • Aged 16+
    • Living in England
    • Ever had clinical or serious anxiety or depression

    Patients with Biopolar disorder, BDD, OCD or related disorders are welcome to join.

    Tell a friend or sign up today at -

    Any queries contact: Charlotte Wesson -


  • Help develop a new ‘brain training’ treatment for people with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

    A research study is being carried out at Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust by Dr Nima Moghaddam from the University of Lincoln.

    We are developing a new ‘brain training’ treatment to help people with MCI to address problems with thinking skills. We need your help to see

    • whether this training (known as SMART) is acceptable to people with MCI, and
    • if we can do a larger study to test whether SMART improves thinking skills in people with MCI

    We are recruiting adults with a diagnosis of MCI.

    If you feel this is something you may be interested in please contact Lizwi Nyathi by emailing -

    Clinician: Steve Roberts

    Research Team: