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Age UK Milton Keynes works with other organisations, both public and private, in order to provide the services that local older people tell us they need.

Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Health and Care Partnership - fund the Age UK Milton Keynes Hospital Aftercare Service  which works closely with Milton Keynes Hospital to provide support to people when they are patients on a hospital ward or in A&E.  Our staff also take people home from hospital and can provide practical support for up to six weeks after discharge. 

The Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Health and Care Partnership is an integrated care system formally established on 1 July 2022. With the NHS, councils and other organisations working together in partnership, residents who have a range of health and care needs will be supported in a more joined up way. It should make accessing services simpler and the support provided more effective.

Find out more about the Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Health and Care Partnership, how it is managed, its role locally and what it means for you.

West Bletchley Council - funds three weekly advice sessions by our Information & Advice Service for residents in their parish.

The Open University - Age UK Milton Keynes was a collaborating partner in a project 'Investigating the role of wearable activity-tracking technologies in the well-being and quality of life of people aged 55 and over' which has received funding from Sir Halley Stewart Trust.  In July 2018 this project received an award for outstanding impact on society.

Milton Keynes Chamber of Commerce - We are proud to be a member of the local chamber of commerce.

Milton Keynes Council -Survey on Support after a Diagnosis of Dementia

Milton Keynes Council are committed to making Milton Keynes City Dementia Friendly. As part of this they want to understand what types of ongoing support you feel would help you most. They may not be able to provide everything that people ask for but knowing your preferences will help them to shape the services they provide in Milton Keynes.  
This survey is for people with dementia, their carers and families. If you would like to speak to someone about the survey or need telephone support to fill it in please contact the Dementia Information Service run by Alzheimer’s Society (tel  01908 232612 ) or Healthwatch (tel 01908 698800).If you need the survey in a different language please call Healthwatch (tel 01908 698800 )

Age UK Milton Keynes supports other voluntary organisations and works locally to improve later life in our community.

Senior Voice MK

A voice for older people in Milton Keynes
Join our friendly group and have your say.  Senior Voice MK aims to help people aged 60 years and over :

  • act as the focus for the views of the over 60s in Milton Keynes
  • represent those views as fairly and inclusively as possible
  • make sure that the voice is effective

Senior Voice MK works on issues raised by older people at Age UK Milton Keynes’ Annual Forums and provides feedback on progress.  Members invite speakers to their quarterly meetings; recent topics were "MK General Hospital", "social services" and "transport".  Age UK Milton Keynes provides information and secretariat, but Senior Voice MK is independent of the charity.

Senior Voice MK would like to hear the views of older people about local services (good and bad), or about any issues which affect their quality of life.  However, the Senior Voice MK volunteers are not able to act as advocates or give advice on individual cases.

Ring us on 01908 550700 for more information.

Men in Sheds Milton Keynes

Age UK Milton Keynes is proud to support the Men in Sheds charitable incorporated organisation which aims to provide a place where men from all walks of life can get together to share their experiences and skills on a variety of projects.

All enquiries, contact Men in Sheds Milton Keynes on 01908 267126.