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Raising older LGB&T Awareness for Age Concern Staff Congratulations to members of our Promoting Independence Team who recently took part in an Older LGB&T Awareness training session at Lostock Hall. The course was run by Age Concern’s award winning Older & Out Project which has been supporting older LGB&T people…
“It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of the charities’ founding Chief Executive, Joan Roscow, MBE, with Joan losing her battle with cancer on 12th April 2016. Joan was Chief Executive of the charity until October 1997, when she retired and moved down south. Fiercely passionate about…
On Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th March, our Dementia Services Team held an art event titled 'creativity through the seasons', and the work on display was produced by the individuals attending Dementia Services within Age Concern Central Lancashire. Staff and volunteers within Dementia Services, which include Withy Trees, Charnley Fold…
There are currently over 10,000 people in Lancashire who have been diagnosed with dementia, but it is estimated that the actual figure of people with the condition could be much higher. This means that thousands of people who could have dementia aren't accessing treatments and support to help them live…
On Friday 19th February we were presented with a donation from the Chorley Building Society in respect of their ‘Affinity Account’ partnership for £4,965.83! Chorley Building Society offers the opportunity to save whilst supporting us. Donations of this size are essential in maintaining and providing services for older people across…
Earlier this week the Lancashire Evening Post reported that Lancashire is the worst in the North West for a rise in 'bed blocking' in hospitals (click here for the story). We though we would take the opportunity to tell you how we can help alleviate 'bed blocking' with a service…
Lancashire County Council has approved a budget for 2016/17 incorporating revised plans for transport to day centres for disabled and elderly people. Click here to read more.
We're extremely pleased to report that we have been chosen as the Charity of the Year for the Morris Minor Owners Club, Lancashire Branch! On Monday 25th January one of our Trustees Teresa Whittaker and her husband attended the Club's AGM as the proud owners of a restored 1963 Morris…
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