Age Friendly Ireland and the Tipperary Healthy Age Friendly Homes Coordinator, Aoife Dunphy are delighted to invite you to participate in a virtual Stakeholder Engagement session on Thursday 17th June 2021 from 9.30am to 11.00am
We will include an overview of the National Healthy Age Friendly Homes Programme. This engagement is a key part of our effort to inform, enhance dialogue and build relationships with all stakeholders in the roll out of this new and innovative Programme. During the first segment of this session, we will introduce you to your Local Coordinator and provide a background and overview of the Programme. The second segment of this meeting will focus on networking with a questions and answers session, and an opportunity for you to provide feedback. If you would like to participate in this Stakeholder Engagement Session you can REGISTER HERE.
The Healthy Age Friendly Homes Programme is a new initiative that aims to enable older people to continue living in their homes or in a home more suited to their needs, live with a sense of independence and autonomy, be and feel part of their community, and support the avoidance of early or premature admission to long term residential care. Over the next two years, it is anticipated that 4,500 older people will benefit from the support of this programme.
This new programme will be jointly led across 9 Local Authority areas, Cork County Council, Dublin City Council, Fingal County Council, Galway County & City Council, Limerick City & County Council, Longford County Council, South Dublin County Council, Tipperary County Council, Westmeath County Council.