Topic: older people
The Older People Services Development project produced this healthy eating resource, with support from NHS Health Scotland, in response to an extensive consultation that shows ethnic minority older people can face barriers to accessing information on diet and lifestyle.
Our bumper 70th edition of Fare Choice has our usual news and updates, and also celebrates success and staying our power, both our own and other initiatives.
In early 2014, CFHS worked with Evaluation Support Scotland to commission a short evidence review of the literature on the ways in which the third sector supports older people to eat well. This has now been published as part of the ESS ‘Stitch in Time’ programme. The starting point for the review was the nested …
This publication focuses on the work of community food initiatives working with older people and will be of use to community food initiatives in building and articulating the case for their work with older people and those considering developing work in this area. It gives an overview of the needs, contexts and strategies engaged in developing food work with …
The study tour took place between 1 and 3 October 2013. Ten people took part in a busy two days, which included 10 different visits/meetings across London. The report provides an overview of the tour and the organisations we visited.
A report on the work undertaken by micro funding recipients and findings from a learning event.
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