Old People's Commissioner for Wales

Published: 25 September 2020

A time of uncertainty and challenge lies ahead, and we need to ensure that lessons are learnt from the experiences of the last few months. Older people’s rights need to be better protected, and where they have been removed, reinstated. The exclusion that many older people have experienced and felt must not be allowed to continue. Those that have suffered loss of loved ones need to be supported as they grieve, and those who have been kept apart from loved ones re-united. As plans are made across Government and public bodies to transition from this phase of the pandemic, the pledge must be to ‘leave no-one behind’.

Dear all,

Please see below details of a Webinar being run by the Older People’s Commissioner at 10 – 11:30am on Thursday 1st October (the International Day of Older Persons) about how organisations can work together to ensure an age-friendly recovery from Covid19.

To reserve your place please visit: https://tocyn.cymru/en/event/8032990d-6274-417f-8002-2d7c887f3bf3 or call 03442 640670.