AGE ALLIANCE WALES
national voluntary organisations working together with, and for, older people in Wales
mudiadau gwirffoddol cennedlaethol yn gweithio gyda i gilydd gyda, ac ar gyfer, pobl hŷn yng Nghymru
 
 

Age Alliance Wales (AAW) was set up in 2003 and is funded by the Welsh Government. It is a powerful alliance of 21 national voluntary organisations committed to working together to develop the legislative, policy and resource frameworks that will improve the lives of older people in Wales.

Collectively AAW member organisations possess extensive service development and service delivery knowledge in a range of policy areas. Most organisations also act at a strategic as well as an operational level and many are membership based.
 
SUPPORTING OLDER PEOPLE - HOW HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE AND THE THIRD SECORTR NEED TO COMBINE

A 'Think-Piece' report is published today reflecting the role of the third sector in
supporting older people's health and care needs, and how relationships within
and without the sector need to develop in order to meet the rising challenge of
ageing. Working in partnership with WCVA and Age Alliance Wales, Welsh Institute
for Health and Social Care has complied a document from a series of interesting
and thought provoking essays by leaders within the sector.  
The Think-Piece is published ahead of a series of 'roundtable' discussions over the
coming months and will be followed by a report in the Autumn. 

Click here to read the Think-Piece. 


Are you aged 50 or over? Are you a family member or carer of someone aged 50 or over?
Have you had contact with Social Services before or after April 6 2016? 


React to the Act: Have your say​ 
Ymateb i’r deddf: Rhowch eich barn


We want to hear about your experiences. 

When the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act was introduced on 6 April 2016 it brought about changes in care and support for older people in Wales.

Age Alliance Wales wants to hear about how these changes have affected you or your family.


Fill in our online survey

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Are you a professional working with older people? 


React to the Act: Have your say
Ymateb i’r deddf: Rhowch eich barn


We wold like to hear from staff who work with older people. Let us know your experiences of supporting older people before and since the the Act was introduced on 6 April 2016 by completing our online survey 

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Updates

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April 2017 - 20th Edition 
About Age Alliance Wales 
Aims
  • To represent the concerns and further the interests of older people  in Wales to policy makers,strategic planners, and funders
  • To maximise the ability of each member organisation to fulfil their role of promoting the well-being of older people
  • To work with, and for older people, through the co-operative use of the knowledge and expertise contained within the membership of Age Alliance Wales

Objectives
  • To influence policy development, decision-making and service delivery to meet the needs of  older people in Wales in Wales
  • To create opportunities for networking, information sharing, and joint learning amongst members
  • To monitor trends and legislative measures affecting older people in Wales
  • To respond, comment, and make representation on strategies, policies, and consultation document that impact on older people in Wales
  • To identify and seek to address emerging issues affecting older people in Wales
  • To produce relevant information for the Welsh Government, members of Age Alliance Wales, and other interested parties
  • To seek opportunities to work in partnership in order to campaign proactively on behalf of older people

 
Age Alliance Wales Directory of Services ​​


For further information on our members and links to their websites, click here


 
Intersted in joining Age Alliance Wales?
About Age Alliance Wales 

Age Alliance Wales 2016 Manifesto - English / Cymraeg


Age Alliance Wales Chair and Vice Chairs

Chair: Ceri Jackson, Director of RNIB Cymru Read Ceri's bio here


Vice Chair: Chris Jones(Care and Repair Cymru) Read Chris Jones' bio here

Vice Chair: Jeff Hawkins (Age Connects Wales) Read Jeff Hawkins' bio here