Have your say on loneliness and mental health for older people in Leeds


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Do you know someone who is very lonely at the moment? Are you – or someone you know – struggling with their mental health?

Leeds residents are invited to join the Equality Hub For Older People event, which welcomes older people living in and around Leeds to come and speak to people who have the power to enact change. The theme for this Hub is the ‘Wellbeing.’

The special event is being held at OPAL 55 Bedford Drive, Leeds LS16 6DJ on Thursday, 28 March 2024, 11am-1pm.

Tickets are available here, or call 0113 244 1697.

Leeds Older People’s Forum is a registered charity that exists to promote the wellbeing of older people in the city of Leeds. We’re a network of third sector organisations working to ensure older people have the opportunities, freedom and support to live the life they want. Since 1994, we’ve been working with and for older people to make Leeds the best city to grow old in. Our member organisations work closely with older people across a diverse range of areas, including health, social care, housing, transport, and leisure.

One of our aims at Leeds Older People’s Forum is to promote older people’s wellbeing in a way shaped directly by their voices.

Part of the way we do that is by hosting the Equality Hub For Older People to hear directly from those living in Leeds about their experiences and issues. Our next session is focused on ‘Health and Wellbeing’, which includes topics such as mental health, physical fitness, and healthcare services around the city. 

We hope that you will join us in engaging in a discussion about what can be done to improve older people’s health and wellbeing in Leeds.

Contact us

Website: www.opforum.org.uk

Twitter: @LeedsOPF

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leedsolderpeoplesforum/

Email: info@opforum.org.uk


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