Get recognised for your age-friendly cultural work
Why submit your example of age-friendly practice?
Age-Friendly Culture Network members are encouraged to submit examples of age-friendly practice which they are involved in using the template below. This allows for examples of good practice to be shared with other network members across Wales.
Examples of good practice will be uploaded to the Age-Friendly Culture Network website, which will showcase some of the innovative and inspirational work taking place across Wales.
In addition, if your case study is located in an area recognised by the WHO (World Health Organisation) as being age-friendly, then it may be eligible for uploading to Age-Friendly World, an online hub showcasing age-friendly practice from around the world.
The case study template has been designed to be fully compatible with the requirements of this website.
To find out more about age-friendly communities and the WHO recognition process, contact the Ageing Well team of the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 02920 445 030.
How to submit examples of age-friendly good practice
Fill out the Case Study Template form by clicking on the button below.
Completed examples of age-friendly practice should be sent to the Age-Friendly Culture Network, where they will be reviewed, translated into English/Welsh as required, and then uploaded to the Age-Friendly Culture Network website.
Submitted examples of age-friendly good practice do not represent an endorsement from the Age-Friendly Culture Network or from other network members, and the accuracy of information they contain is the responsibility of the person or organisation submitting them.
For more information or for help with submitting your example of age-friendly practice, contact the Age-Friendly Culture Network at need new contact details here.
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