Steps to Funding
Steps to Funding provides training workshops, funding support and resources to help older people’s groups across Northern Ireland apply for small grant funding.
For more information about the workshops download the following leaflet, or to book a place please contact EJ Havlin on 028 9024 5729 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Connecting Well for Later Life
Connecting Well for Later Life is aimed at helping older people to develop and deliver Health and Wellbeing Programmes for older people at local level.
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Vision Loss Training
Age related macular degeneration is the most common form of sight loss among older people. This results in central vision loss, which makes daily living activities such as reading, watching TV and recognising faces difficult. Skills for seeing training may help individuals to use their residual vision to retain their independence.
The Macular Society is able to offer for free training to staff and volunteers in organisations who are working with people with central vision loss in Northern Ireland.
If you’d like to find out how you could access free training to help people with central vision loss to regain control and confidence, please contact Karen Toogood, NI Group Development Manager, tel: 028 9146 6305 or email: email@example.com
To find out about more events close to you, visit the following websites.
Conferences & seminars at Trinity College Dublin:
Trinity College Dublin - Living with Dementia - events
Trinity College Dublin - Social Work & Social Policy - news / events
SPARC Social Policy & Ageing Research Centre - events
If you have an event to add to this page please contact Matthew Blain, Digital Marketing Officer, via our online contact form.
Short url for this webpage: www.ageni.org/conference