We found a deadly yam lurking in the kitchen. You’ll never guess what happened next!
How to deal with unfortunate incidents in the kitchen
A staff training film produced by Patricia Sim for the Whitmore Institute of Gerontology.
We bring (mainly) older people together for enjoyable shared learning experiences. Our aim is to allow everyone who wants to learn something or share activities in friendly settings a chance to do so at minimal cost.
Ben and Kirsty arranged their volunteering on the Benefacto website.
The Centre for Ageing Better will lead a review in partnership with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport into how to enable more people aged 50 and over to contribute their time, skills and experience to their communities.
The review will focus particularly on how to increase voluntary and community activity among underrepresented groups, such as people on low incomes and those with long-term health conditions. Older people in these groups can face particular challenges to taking part, and the review will explore how best to tackle these barriers.
25 service users + 2 volunteers + 1 session worker + 1 staff
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