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Guidance for Christian faith organisations in the support and value of older people

This excellent resource has been developed and produced by Professor Keith Brown, the founding director…

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Singing by Heart

Courtesy of the Salvation Army, Singing by Heart is a short document describing and advocating…

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Precious Memories- Dr Jennifer Bute

Dr Jennifer Bute is a former GP who retired early with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease.…

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God’s Word in God’s World

Presented in an A5 format, this hardback glossy photobook brings together Bible verses and photos…

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Coming to Christ in Dementia

Is there any hope of salvation for people living with a dementia diagnosis? How can…

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Precious Memories

Precious Memories with Dr Jennifer Bute, consists of short videos, each including well-known hymns, a…

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Living with Alzheimer’s- A Love Story

When Robin Thomson and his wife Shoko were told she had Alzheimer’s, they had no…

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Worshipping Together – A Devotional Resource

Worshipping Together is a devotional resource designed to actively engage older people, including those with…

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Easter Brain and Soul Boosting for Seniors

This version of Brain & Soul Boosting Series for Seniors has a focus on Easter,…

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Loneliness in Older People

Written for Faith in Later Life by Professor Keith Brown and Karen Grimshaw, and endorsed by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Longevity, this guidance resource expertly sets the context of loneliness amongst older people (in the UK) as well as the work that Christian organisations are involved in in this area, and shares helpful ideas and tools to enable groups and individuals in engaging with loneliness in a variety of contexts.

Church communities and Christian organisations have been and remain at the forefront of civil society efforts to raise awareness of the debilitating impact of loneliness and well as creating communities and relationships that go some way to tackling loneliness, and this guidance shares information about a variety of Christian organisations involved with addressing loneliness – as well as reminding us of the inherent value of older people.

This guidance is free to download.

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