On Wednesday 22nd March, our 10th Live Longer Better (LLB) National Event was held. This was an on line webinar event, designed specifically to explore the learning and insights from our Learning and Evaluation partners.
Active Partnerships, led and inspired by Sir Muir Gray, have embarked on this revolutionary movement since 2020. The aims are not only to help individuals live longer better, increase their healthspan, but also to prevent, delay, slow and if possible reverse the problems that create the need for health and social care.
A significant amount has been learned along the way since this LLB movement began and much of it has been captured by our learning and evaluation partners, Ruth Ball and Andy Brogan (from the Centre for Public Impact and Easier Inc). This webinar provided an opportunity to leverage this learning and to connect the opportunities and strengths that sit across national and local partners.
To watch a recording of the event please click here
The event included the following:
The Revolutionary Movement: Past, Present and Future
- The revolutionary movement - hearing the call of the future ‘For everyone to have five extra years of healthy, independent life by 2035 and to narrow the gap between the richest and poorest.’ Sir Muir Gray, Optimal Ageing Associates
- The revolutionary movement - learning from the past and present Leveraging existing skills and strengths to sharpen our focus and be ready for inclusive active ageing. Aideen Young, Centre for Ageing Better
The Revolutionary Movement: Learning from Local practice
- The many routes to a shared destination Place-based approaches to developing powerful relationships. Ruth Ball, Centre for Public Impact
- ‘You’ve Got This’: South Tees’ Local Delivery Pilot. Establishing strong collaborative relationships to enable longevity through a common purpose for physical activity in the health sector. Lauren Perkin & James Hartley Programme Officers – You’ve Got This
The Revolutionary Movement: Linking the Local and the National
- Legitimacy, connection, culture - Maximising the LLB movement to develop the local rich tapestry. Andy Brogan, Centre for Public Impact
- Stronger for Life Building connections at place. Ross Joannides Strategic Relationship Manager, Active Sussex
- Stronger for Life - Executive Summary
- A National View Connecting national partners – the opportunity. Graeme Sinnott, Relationships Partner, Active Partnerships National Team