Living Better Longer through the 3Rs: Recovery, Rejuvenation, Reimagining Reducing the need for Social Care 

National Thought Leadership Event

Wednesday 26th January 2022

The first national Live Longer Better of 2022 the event included:
▪ Achieving a Longevity Dividend (Professor Andrew Scott, London Business School)
▪ Celebrating Longevity rather than Fearing Ageing (Sir Muir Gray)
▪ The impact of COVID-19 on older people's physical and mental health: third wave research findings (Dr Lis Boulton, Age UK)
▪ Reconditioning and the Adult Social Care White Paper (Oliver Rashbrook-Cooper, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)
▪ The Benefits Outweigh the Risk! (Ruth Bell, Sport England)
▪ How can we help people with multiple long-term conditions to Live Longer Better? (Michelle Roberts, Richmond Group of Charities)
▪ Supporting longevity: arts and culture in health and wellbeing (Victoria Hume, Culture Health and Wellbeing Alliance)


Reducing the need for Health and Social Care - How Live Longer Better can do it! 

National Thought Leadership Event

Wednesday 6th October 2021

▪ Make Your Move': a new series of physical activity videos from the charities behind 'We Are Undefeatable' (Gail Curry, the Richmond Group of Charities)
▪ Ageing well and living longer better: reducing the need for social care (Sir Muir Gray)
▪ Wider Impacts of COVID-19 on Physical Activity, Deconditioning and Falls In Older Adults (Elaine Rashbrook & Faizan Mahmood, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)
▪ Keep on Moving: Inactivity approaching later life (Amy McSweeney, Centre for Ageing Better)
▪ It's never too late to get active! (Jade Amis and Chantelle Olaiya, Hertfordshire Independent Living Service)
▪ Searching synergies; bridging the gap between local Active Partnership and Age UK (Lorea Sarobe and Tom Howard, Active Hereford and Worcestershire)


Live Longer Better - 'The Great Escape' 

National Thought Leadership Event

Wednesday 7th July 2021

▪ Sir Muir Gray - Live Longer Better: The Great escape

▪ An update from Age UK on their latest research which highlights 'The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on older people: one year on'
▪ The Chartered Society of Physiotherpy shared insight around effective strength messaging for inactive and fairly active people living with long-term conditions from CSP
▪ How the EFL Trust is promoting connections and building a social community of people in their retirement years.
▪ Enhancing physical, mental and emotional wellbeing in older people through the Oomph programme


Liberation after Vaccination 

National Thought Leadership Event

Wednesday 24th March 2021

▪ End of the Beginning (Sir Muir Gray) 
▪ Understanding physical inactivity in people approaching later life (Amy Sweeney -
▪ Centre for Ageing Better)
▪ Uniting the Movement (Andy Maud - Sport England) 
▪ What do you expect at your age? (Prof Peter Gore)
▪ Extra Time (Baroness Camilla Cavendish) 




Live Longer Better - Covid-19 Resilience & Recovery

National Thought Leadership Event

Wednesday 24th February 2021

▪ The Live Longer Better Revolution (Sir Muir Gray)
▪ We Are Undefeatable - How insight shaped the campaign (Gail Curry) 
▪ Social Prescribing - What Matters? (Tracey Lines) 
▪ primetime (Ann Wilbourne - mytimeactive)
▪ Connecting Actively to Nature - Overview and case study (Tom Mack - Active Devon)
▪ Still On The Go (Nicky Galwey-Woolston - Cotman Housing, & Rachel Cooke - Active Norfolk) 



Live Longer Better - Viva la Revolution!

National Thought Leadership Event

Thursday 21st January 2021

▪ The State of Ageing 2020: how people are ageing in the UK and our prospects if action is not taken (Jess Kuehne - Centre for Ageing Better) 
▪ The impact of Covid-19 and its impact on physical and mental health and the importance of physical activity (Jenny Lippiatt - Age UK) 
▪ Benefits of a Network and partnership working: The Ageing Hub, Greater Manchester (Nicola Waterworth & Beth Mitchell) 
▪ Active Medicine: helping people to stay active: training front line workers and volunteers (Casely Dunlop)
▪ Age UK Milton Keynes: befriending and walking scheme (Caroline Odjidja (Age UK Milton Keynes)