Purpose of the group
- To help the Scottish Parliament to address the challenges of an ageing population.
- To provide MSPs with a source of information and expertise on issues of age.
- To bring together those with an interest in the well-being of older people.
- To encourage co-operation in promoting the interests of older people and their involvement with the Scottish Parliament.
- To assist the Scottish Parliament in meeting older people’s needs as well as benefiting from their experience.
Wednesday 18 September 2019 at 1pm in the James Clerk Maxwell Room (CR4). This meeting will include the AGM.
Wednesday 11 December 2019 at 1pm in the James Clerk Maxwell Room (CR4)
Wednesday 11 March 2020 at 1pm in the James Clerk Maxwell Room (CR4)
Wednesday 10 June 2020 1at 1pm in the James Clerk Maxwell Room (CR4)
Next meeting: 12 June 2019
This meeting will be held at 1pm in the Sir Alexander Fleming Room (CR3).
Non MSP Individuals
Amanda Gordon (office of Sandra White MSP) - treasurer
Outside the Box - secretary
Action on Elder Abuse Scotland
Action on Hearing Loss
Big Lottery Fund Scotland
British Geriatric Society
Campaign to end loneliness
Centre for Cognitive Ageing, University of Edinburgh
DEEP – Network of Dementia Voices
Faith in Older People
Generations Working Together
LGBT Health and Wellbeing
Life Changes Trust
Mental Health Foundation
Places for People Care and Support
Roar – Connections for Life
Royal College of Psychiatrists
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapy
RoSPA – Royal Society for Prevention of Accidents
Scottish Borders Social Enterprise Chamber (SBSEC)
Scottish Older People’s Assembly - secretary
Scottish Pensioners Forum
Scottish Seniors Alliance
TIDE – Together in dementia everyday
Cross Party Groups and GDPR
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