The summer 2018 issue of Hackney Senior – the magazine by older people, for older people in Hackney – is out now.
Connect Hackney is now in the second phase of our £5.8m programme to reduce solcial isolation among older people, which is funded by the Big Lottery Fund.
Twelve recommendations for helping to tackle loneliness and isolation among older people are outlined in a new report, published by Connect Hackney today.
Connect Hackney has launched two new videos, looking back at projects we funded during the first phase of our programme.
Older people from Hackney and Camden have had their say on arts and cultural activities as part of a consultation by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.
Connect Hackney's older people's committee is ready to start work, after its members completed a special introduction and training programme.
We are inviting organisations from across Hackney who work primarily with black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities to join us for a special event to talk about ageing, isolation and how this specifically affects older people from BAME communities.
What are the best ways to reduce loneliness and isolation among over 50s in Hackney? That’s what we aim to find out over the next three years of the Connect Hackney programme.
The winter 2018 issue of Hackney Senior – the magazine by older people, for older people in Hackney – is out now.