Project Profiles

The Elders Council is involved in a wide range of activity from one-off focus groups and events through to peer research projects and regular working groups. 

All our groups and activities are open to new members.  Our sessions are informal and friendly and we do our best to make sure everyone who comes has the opportunity to contribute their ideas and experiences. 

If you would like to join any of  our activities and would like to find out more, please contact info@qualityoflife.org.uk   or telephone 0191 208 2701 for further details.

 

Please see below a list of current project profiles.  Click on the links for further details:

- Housing, Health and Social Care

- Future Homes Project

- Communication Working Group

- Older Person Friendly City Working Group

- Transport and Highways Working Group

- IT Classes Project

- Canada - an opportunity ...

- Awards for All - Creative Community Conversations on Ageing

- Summer Outings in 2017 using a Concessionary Bus Pass

- Dementia Friendly Cinema 2015

- Our Manifesto 2015

- Elders Council Short Film 2014 - Energy and Commitment

- Bridging the Gaps 2014-15

- City Walks 2015

- Growing Older in My Home and Neighbourhood

 

 

 

 

Great Exhibition of the North on EC Radio


Elders Council Board Member Halina has been putting the Elders Council on the map with the Great Exhibition of the North.  Having signed up as a volunteer, she has taken the opportunity to promote the Elders Council.  Halina arranged for the EC Radio Programme to run a feature on the Great North Exhibition on its June programme, and secured interviews with a number of key people including Carol Bell, Executive Director of the NewcastleGateshead Initiative and Sarah Munro, Director of the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.  The photo shows Halina in action recording her interview with Sarah Munro. 

Elders Council is also a partner in Future Homes which will feature as part of the Great Exhibition of the North with a virtual reality tour of a future home at the Core on Helix (formerly Science Central) on Bath Lane.  Don't miss it.