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Resources for older people's groups and organisations

1200x360-older-man-smiling.jpgWe work with older people’s groups across the country, supporting them to develop and thrive so that Scotland’s communities are better places for older people to live. Covid-19 presented many challenges for local older people's groups who had to adapt how they provide their services and keep in touch with their members.

We have produced a series of guides to assist older people’s groups and organisations offering practical help on keeping socially connected, practical considerations and accessing funding. You can browse or download the guides for free below. You can also have printed copies posted to you for free by contacting us at members@agescotland.org.uk

Resource guides for older people's groups

Funding guide for Age Scotland members

Our Funding guide provides information on things to be considered when making applications for funding. This guide also offers ideas on some digital fundraising activities that can be undertaken during current COVID-19 restrictions.

 

Download the Funding guide here

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Keeping older people socially connected while physically distant

Useful hints and tips for older people's groups on how to keep in touch with their members while we are required to stay physically distanced.

 

Download the 'Keeping older people socially connected while physically distant' guide here

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Practical steps for working with your members during Covid-19 restrictions

Practical tips and advice for older people's groups keeping in touch with group members during Covid-19 restrictions

 

Download the 'Practical steps for working with your members during Covid-19 restrictions' guide here

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Get in touch

If you have any questions about the guides or about Age Scotland membership, please contact us by email or call 0333 323 2400

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