The causes of wellness throughout life – Professor Sir Harry Burns 17thNovember 2015 This year’s lecture was given by Professor Sir Harry Burns, Professor of Global Health at Strathclyde University. …Read full article on Malcolm Goldsmith Lecture 2015 given by Professor Sir Harry Burns
I recently attended this conference which I found inspiring and affirming. It was a wonderful opportunity to follow up the previous conference which FiOP organised with Methodist Homes and the …Read full article on Reflections on the 6th International Conference on Ageing and Spirituality
There is a substantial body of research that provides evidence of the crucial role that music plays in support of people with dementia, writes Diana Kerr. We all respond to …Read full article on Music to their ears
This book about bereavement is not just one person’s important experiences; nor is it an academic investigation into the common threads among those suffering severe grief. “Don’t Mention The Coal …Read full article on Don’t Mention the Coal Scuttle
I really love this title but it also provides food for thought as it challenges us to think about and take action in relation to the people, activities and ideas …Read full article on Happiness Habits for Older People
Faith in Older People frequently highlights the often unsung contribution made by the churches to those who are vulnerable in our society. I recently attended the Annual Gathering of the …Read full article on Faith in Action
Professor Mary Marshall will be giving a seminar on the ‘Outside World and Wellbeing’ on 29thSeptember at 2.00 in the Scottish Storytelling Centre, Royal Mile, Edinburgh. There are lots of …Read full article on Why is going outside so crucial for older people and people with dementia?