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Newcastle Science City joins ActiveAge
Thursday, 01 April 2010

Newcastle Science City, the organisation spearheading the development of science and innovation in the city, has joined the ActiveAge consortium, an international group based in Newcastle that is looking at the impact of an ageing population on society and the economy.

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The Science of Age-Supportive Built Environments
Friday, 12 March 2010

This week ActiveAge attended an ESPRC KT-EQUAL workshop looking at age friendly environments. The workshop brought together some of the lead scientists, researchers and policy makers from Canada and the UK to focus on recent developments, in their respective countries, related to age-friendly cities and other relevant issues. ActiveAge found this to be an extremely informative seminar with speakers from The University of British Columbia, Toronto Rehab, Lancaster and Loughborough University. The talks focused on the built environment, it's affect on mental and physical wellbeing, and how we can work together to make our physical environment more age friendly.

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Scotland's Older Population

On Monday 23rd November ActiveAge gave a presentation at Holyrood's conference on Scotland's Older Population.

The day coincided with a report by Sir John Arbuthnott on restructuring services for eight councils in the west of Scotland, which includes merging health and social care for one-third of the country’s population.

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