A report on the work undertaken by micro funding recipients and findings from a learning event.
Topic: older people
Training opportunities; food prices; food and nostalgia; REHIS Elementary food and health course; older people eating well; Healthy Start; fare futures; class act.
This study was commissioned by Consumer Focus Scotland/CFHS to provide baseline information about the range and extent of food services for older people living in the community in Scotland. The research explored consumers’ views on these services and sought to address gaps in provision.
healthyliving award; small grants scheme; food and health activity with older people; volunteering and community food and health initiatives
Outlines the main findings from the study together with recommendation for action by the Scottish Government, local authorities and local communities.
Brings together material from six lunch clubs in different parts of the country most of which are run by older people for older people.
Tomorrow’s Menu; Turning Point Scotland; Celebrating outcomes; healthyliving award; Beyond Smoothies
Recipe for Success: Going Forth conference; Food Practices in an Institutional Context – Children, Care and Control; Edinburgh Cyrenians; Confidence to Cook; Weaning Toolkit; Third Sector Enterprise Fund
This report, commissioned by CFHS from Rock Solid Social Research, is based on an evaluation of the Food Train in terms of its economic value.
On 25 February Community Food and Health (Scotland) and Consumer Focus Scotland co-hosted a roundtable discussion looking at issues around older people’s access to affordable healthy food of their choice.