There are a range of resources below relating to age-friendly communities.
Resources and advice for coping with coronavirus
Cheshire West and Chester Council has set up an emergency dedicated helpline for vulnerable people:
The Live Well Cheshire West website has a number of resources to help you with coping with coronavirus:
- Meals, food shopping and other practical support
- Health advice
- Staying safe
- Guidance on social distancing for vulnerable people
- Coping with anxiety and mental health support
- Telephone advice, support and listening services
You are not alone
As members of Age-friendly Cheshire West we are standing together to let you know that you are not alone.
eResources, culture from your home and Cheshire Archives
Cheshire West Libraries have a number of free online resources that you can access online at any time including eBooks, eMagazines, audio downloads and much more.
As many people are still looking for activities to keep connected and active during the time spent at home, the Cheshire West Arts team has put together a list of cultural events, activities and resources that can all be accessed from home.
Cheshire Archives have two resources which are both easy to use and make for a hours of exploring the past and the area that you live without having to leave the house.
Maintaining activities for older adults during COVID-19
The Health Innovation Network (HIN), the Academic Health Science Network for south London has created a resource for older people to help keep them active and well during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
- Global network for Age-friendly cities and communities.
- UK Network for Age-friendly communities.
Website Link: Age-friendly World
The Centre for Ageing Better, working to create a society where everyone enjoys a good later life.