Age UK London Opinion Exchange Update – April 2014

May 6th, 2014 | Posted by Danny Elliott in London | Older People | Roundup

Welcome to the latest Age UK London Opinion Exchange Update!

The Age UK London Opinion Exchange is a new website from Age UK London. It is part of the organisation’s ‘Fit 4 Purpose’ project, which is funded by London Councils.

The Opinion Exchange features opinion pieces and discussion forums to trigger debate and ensure older people’s organisations are able to respond to the changing needs of their users.

The Opinion Exchange has seen several fantastic articles go online in the last month. There have been four new opinions with contributions from Lynn Strother and Gordon Deuchars.

The articles include:

Do you have problems providing ID? – A look at what form of ID are required for services and if that is problematic for older people.

Cashless Buses – An update on Transport for London’s decision to remove the facility to pay by cash on buses.

What Sort of Society do we Live In? – An opinion on the abuse of older people in care homes specifically.

You can read and comment on any of these articles, and many more, at www.ageuklondonopinionexchange.org.uk

As well as inviting you to read and comment on existing articles, we’d love you to get involved by contributing your own opinions. If you would like to write an article about any subject related to older people in London please email your article, or an idea for one, to Danny Elliott, Communications and Campaigns Officer at Age UK London on delliott@ageuklondon.org.uk

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