Hallmark Foundation publishes ‘value added’ report on changing care and ageing better

In the last year the Hallmark Foundation has increased its impact on its two key strategic priorities: changing care and ageing better.

The foundation’s 2023-24 impact report shows how its funding has supported policy and research projects alongside charity projects. These include ground-breaking projects on support for family carers, listening to older people and their families, intergenerational care, and ageing well across the UK and globally, all of which will be important for the new government.

On 19 November the foundation is hosting its second national Care Careers conference and exhibition for school and college students at Tottenham Hotspur stadium to encourage young people to explore the wide range of opportunities working in care.

This autumn will see two new publications: ‘Thriving in residential care’ on older people’s views and experiences of living in care homes and an intergenerational toolkit to enable young and older people to adopt healthy lifestyles together.

The Changing Care, Ageing Better report can be downloaded here 

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