Our Vision...

The age-friendly model incorporates the eight domains of housing, transportation, social participation, outdoor spaces & buildings, respect & social inclusion, community support & health services, communication & information and civic participation & employment to meet the diverse needs of older people.

Transport

Older people in Bristol have access to transport and are confident in geting aorund the city.

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Older people can access the work and volunteering opportunities that they want. Older people feel heard and have a say in decision making on things that affect their lives.

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Older people in Bristol can access outdoor spaces and buildings that meet their needs.

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Older people in Bristol feel heard and have a say in decision making on things that affect their lives.

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Older people in Bristol have accommodation that meets their needs

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Older people in Bristol can access available activities when and where they want them

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Older people in Bristol are able to stay connected and access relevant information that they require.

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Older people in Bristol have access to appropriate health, social care and wellbeing services.

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Offer

What can you do? We need your opinions and we will soon be looking for champions to progress this work through action groups and engagement with decision makers. If you would like to contribute to the work around one vision or be part of an action group, let us know!

What are you already doing to improve the city for older people?
What aspects of Bristol need to be more age friendly?
What can you offer to achieve this?
What would you ask for from decision makers to help you achieve it?
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As city populations age, there's a need to consider the specific needs of older people in urban areas.

This is a great opportunity: creating age-friendly cities means not just adapting places to deal with problems, but encouraging all to take full advantage of city life and living. An age-friendly approach extends far beyond concerns about health and social care.

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What's New?

A review of ‘Age Friendly Check In: Give Us Your...
2 Aug 2018 A review of ‘Age Friendly Check In: Give Us Your...

  Bristol Ageing Better has been working with the City Council and...

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Age Friendly graffiti tour for older people at Upfest
1 Aug 2018 Age Friendly graffiti tour for older people at Upfest

As we come closer to applying to the World Health Organisation, we are working...

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Here We Grow - Listen Online
25 Jul 2018 Here We Grow - Listen Online

BAB has been working with No Bindings to explore the key question we ask ourselves...

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Sharing Ideas - Age Friendly Transport Event
27 Jun 2018 Sharing Ideas - Age Friendly Transport Event

Last week Bristol Ageing Better hosted the 'Age Friendly Transport:...

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Age Friendly Bristol

Age Friendly Bristol aims to submit an action plan to the World Health Organisation to become part of the network and gain Age Friendly City status.

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Bristol Ageing Better

Bristol Ageing Better (BAB) is a partnership of individuals and organisations working together to reduce isolation and loneliness among older people in Bristol.

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History

The World Health Organisation have developed a framework for tackling such wide ranging issues in a way which is designed to improve the quality of life of older people – the Age Friendly City network.

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City for all ages

Bristol: A City for All Ages is a collaboration between partners across the city working to make Bristol a great place for everyone at every age, focussing particularly on children and older people.

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