Ageing Well: Opportunities, Challenges and Future Directions Conference
Family Nursing and Home Care are hosting an ‘Ageing Well: Opportunities, Challenges and Future Directions’. Conference in June to facilitate discussions in relation to the opportunities, challenges and future directions of ageing well in the island community.
This year’s Conference is for anyone who provides support and care for Islanders. If you have an interest in the concept of ageing well and how you can influence and promote improved outcomes for our ageing community, this event is for you.
The Conference will take place Thursday 15th June 2023 at the Pomme D’Or hotel between 08:30 and 17:00.
Family Nursing and Home Care (FNHC) has engaged a range of guest speakers and providers to highlight and explore the latest research to ensure we are enabling our island population to age well. Throughout the day attendees will hear from these guest speakers and participate in a series of workshops. Speakers include:
- Dr Anna Dixon – Strategy, governance and policy consultant
- Ann Morgan – Falls and frailty project lead
- Professor Peter Bradley – Director of Public Health
- Roy Lilley – former NHS Trust chairman and health policy analyst, writer, broadcaster and commentator
- Stephanie Craig – PhD Researcher and Registered Nurse
- Wendy Buckley – Interim CEO Dementia Jersey
The workshops will be hosted by:
- Paul Simmonds from Age Concern Jersey
- Vic Tanner Davy from Liberate
- Dr Patricia Tumelty from MIND
- Claudia Andrade from Move More Jersey
FNHC’s ethos is to help Islanders start well, live well and age well.
Rosemarie Finley, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of FNHC commented: “The Ageing Well: Opportunities, Challenges and Future Directions Conference is the perfect event for local providers and healthcare staff to explore the topic of ageing well. The conference explores how we can influence and support improved outcomes for our ageing. Do join us.”