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A connected recovery. Findings of the APPG on Loneliness Inquiry

Summary

This latest 2021 report, follows on from the 2020 APPG on Loneliness which launched a new inquiry into progress since the publication of the UK Government loneliness strategy, “A Connected society: a strategy for tackling loneliness” in 2018. It sets out a roadmap, ... Read more

Published

2021

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Musical Memories Annual Report 2020-21

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This annual report gives an overview of Musical Memories, which documents how, within 2 weeks of going into Lockdown in March 2020, Musical Memories was able to adapt to online delivery of its Community Programme, using the Facebook and Periscope platforms, as well as a... Read more

Published

2021

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Out of Darkness into Light: Human Henge online evaluation report

Summary

Human Henge Online deployed remote creative engagement with the ancient landscape of Stonehenge during COVID-19 to reduce isolation and loneliness and improve mental wellbeing. The evaluation identified a number of key criteria to successful online delivery and conclude... Read more

Published

2021

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Loneliness Annual Report The first year

Summary

The Government’s first Annual Report on tackling loneliness provides a progress update since the publication of the cross-government Loneliness Strategy in October 2018.

Published

2020

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A Qualitative Evidence Review of Space and Place, Intangible Assets, and Volunteering, and their Contribution to the Enhancement of Wellbeing and/or Alleviation of Loneliness for Adults across the Life-Course (16+ years), in the Spheres of Participatory Arts and Sport/Physical Activity

Summary

This review from the What Works Centre for Wellbeing aims to identify evidence on volunteering, wellbeing and loneliness in participatory arts and sport/physical activity, examining studies published worldwide between 2009 and 2019.

Published

2020

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Briefing for the Cross-Party Group on Arts and Health

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This briefing by the Welsh NHS Confederation looks at how arts-based initiatives can tackle key health and wellbeing issues such as loneliness and isolation.

Published

2019

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Local History Cafes: An Evaluation of the Initial Programme

Summary

An initial evaluation into a Local History Cafe programme – heritage and wellbeing get-togethers for over 50s at risk of, experiencing or looking to keep at bay, isolation and loneliness – managed by a social enterprise in partnership with museums and libraries.... Read more

Published

2019

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“From Bingo to Bartok”: Creative and Innovative Approaches to involving older people with Orchestras

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Commissioned by the Baring Foundation, this publication spotlights some of the best examples of orchestral work supporting older people living better lives and meeting the challenges of health and loneliness.It also contains a comprehensive list of current UK initiative... Read more

Published

2019

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A connected society: A Strategy for loneliness – laying the foundations for change

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This strategy is the government’s first major contribution to a national conversation on loneliness and the importance of social connections. It sets out government’s long-term ambitions to work with others to build a more cohesive and connected society. Alongside t... Read more

Published

2018

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Community of Voices Study Choir Program Manual

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The Community of Voices study and choir program was to examine the effect of participation in a community choir for maintaining the health and well-being of older adults from diverse backgrounds – this manual describes how both the program and study were designed ... Read more

Published

2018

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