and Links

Here you can find links to other organisations that are working in the field. 

Please note this is not an exhaustive list, but shows a selection of national and international activity and resources.​

Our Resources

UK and Ireland Creative Ageing Organisations

Creative Ageing

Ageing Policy and Programmes

Research and Publications

University of OxfordSocial prescribing for older people in the time of COVID drawing on the cultural sector explores how the cultural sector has adapted to support older people’s wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The research will provide recommendations to the cultural sector about being ‘referral-ready’ (O’Neill, 2010) for social prescribing with older people in the context of the current pandemic and future ones.

Amy BaronBeyond Older Age gives age friendly teams creative tools to better understand everyday lives of older people. Produces with Greater Manchester Ageing Hub, CADA and Ambition for Ageing.

Kathleen SorianoSecrets of Success Report for the Clore Leadership Programme. The report asks the question – how do older female workers, previously in leadership positions within museums, libraries and galleries, approach building a career post institutional life? What sustains them and supports their success, and what led them to make the change in the first place?

International Research

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