You know how we are always being told that we must move into the modern world? No paper to clutter up your desk and home because emails/technology are the best things that have ever happened to mankind and save you so much time etc. etc. – rubbish! What absolute rubbish! Ok, it may be fine …
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Transport for London are reviewing the accessibility information that they make available via their website, Journey Planner and the open data that allows developers to produce apps. They  want to give older and disabled people more confidence to use the network safely and independently. What do you think of TfL’s information offer to help you …
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The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has a duty to write guidance on how to interpret the Equality Act ban on age discrimination in services, public functions and associations. This covers many public and private services. The guide is intended to help businesses, public authorities, courts and others interpret the law. The EHRC are …
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Following the launch of Age UK London’s campaign “Wealth of the Web” campaign to support more older people to get online the Mayor’s Talk London online forum has launched a discussion on what motivates older people to get online and what kind of experiences people have. Visit the Talk London website. Why not have a …
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Social Media Champions

September 4th, 2013 | Posted by Danny Elliott in Digital | Social Media - (1 Comments)

Age UK London are offering older people’s organisations the chance to link up with Social Media Champions – individuals who have experience and knowledge of, as well as enthusiasm for, social media. If you would like to find out more about Social Media Champions, please visit the Age UK London website here.