Foundation sets out plans to support ‘ageing well’ in 2023

Hallmark Foundation has a lot planned for 2023 on ageing well and improving care.

Our highlights in the next 12 months include support for:

  • New research/reports by Hourglass on the best places in the UK to grow old and age safely
  • Hosting the first national care careers conference for school and college students on 7 March
  • Reforming care policy research by the Centre for Social Justice
  • Publishing new research and a guide to relational care with Open University at the House of Lords
  • Launching the UK’s first play garden at a care home to bring generations together with London Play
  • Publishing the first global healthy ageing index with ILC-UK in advance of the G20 summit
  • Developing easier to use technology for older people with Clarion Futures
  • Continued funding for the Care Workers’ Charity and their mental health support service
  • Partnership working through Championing Social Care on Care Sector’s Got Talent, Care Home Open Week and Care Sector Fundraising Ball

For more information, please contact [email protected]

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