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Age-friendly online resource hub

We have a range of resources to support our age-friendly work, as well as to help you understand more about older people and ageing better.

Unfortunately, none of the local resource PDFs are accessible. Please email agefriendly@middlesbrough.gov.uk if you need this information in a different format. As the national resources are available on other websites, we cannot say whether or not they are accessible.

Local resources

Age-friendly Middlesbrough charter 2021-2024

Getting around Middlesbrough: age-friendly transport guide

Middlesbrough: an age-friendly town? Where we are now - March 2022: read the where we are now full report and where we are now executive summary

Age-friendly Middlesbrough Fund - micro-funding to support community groups

Working with people experiencing chronic loneliness (Ageing Better Middlesbrough)

Supporting people over 50 to become digitally included (Ageing Better Middlesbrough)

Learning about loneliness report (Ageing Better Middlesbrough)

Getting it right: Social prescribing and mental health (Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind)

National resources

An old age problem? How society shapes and reinforces negative attitudes to ageing (Centre for Ageing Better)

The Centre for Ageing Better has a library of positive images of older people which are free to use

Challenging ageism: A guide to talking about ageing and older age (Centre for Ageing Better)

Good recruitment for older workers: A guide for employers (Centre for Ageing Better, CIPD, and the Recruitment and Employment Confederation)

Good homes for all: A proposal to fix England's housing (Centre for Ageing Better report)

Global age friendly cities: a guide (World Health Organisation)

Pride of Place: how councillors can improve neighbourhoods for older people (Age UK)

The state of ageing 2022: summary (Centre for Ageing Better)