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Time to Shine resources

Found 30 resources

BME Network: support for a network of small groups of Black and Minority Elders

March 2016
Time To Shine
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Digital Angels: support to get older people connected

March 2016
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CARA: connecting older Irish people in Leeds

March 2017
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Shine Magazine – Lifestyle, learning and laughter during lockdown in Leeds

November 2020
Time To Shine
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Small Funds: Setting up a micro-funding programme

November 2021
Time to Shine / Leeds Community Foundation
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Sowing the seeds: reflections on running a small funds programme

November 2021
Time to Shine
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Time To Shine: Seasonal Loneliness 2019-21 – Outcomes report

October 2021
Leeds Community Foundation
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The role of Co-Production in Combating Loneliness and Social Isolation in Later Life: a Case Study of the Time To Shine Programme

December 2020
Louise Whitehead PhD thesis, University of Sheffield
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Greater than the sum of its parts: creating a cohesive programme

October 2021
Time To Shine
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A summary of delivery partners’ learning, July-September 2021

November 2021
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Older people and the arts: health and wellbeing through creative engagement

November 2021
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Ageism afffects people of all ages

December 2021
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The State of Ageing in Leeds

December 2021
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Changing journeys: older people and transport

December 2021
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How to become Age and Dementia Friendly: a guide for businesses and organisations in Leeds

January 2022
Time to Shine
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Time to Shine local evaluation. Report 10: Test and learn: understanding the experiences and challenges of frontline organisations (coming soon)

March 2022
Centre for Loneliness Studies (University of Sheffield)
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Connecting with and supporting older LGBT+ people

February 2022
Time to Shine
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Generations coming together: intergenerational work in Time to Shine

February 2022
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Choices: a project for older people living in the diverse population of Chapeltown in Leeds – end of project report

February 2022
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Making LGBT+ older people feel comfortable in your groups: a toolkit for people organising social groups and activities for all older people

February 2022
Time to Shine
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Evaluation of the Supporting Wellbeing and Independence for Frailty (SWIFt) Service Highlight Report

April 2021
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group
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In Mature Company: dance in care homes – end of project report

March 2022
Time to Shine
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Keep Ageing Better: the role of volunteers in group dynamics and legacy

April 2022
TED Ageing Better in East Lindsey
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Carers Connections: linking people with a shared experience – end of project report

March 2022
Time to Shine
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Time to Shine local evaluation. Report 3: process evaluation

June 2022
Leeds Older People’s Forum / Centre for Loneliness Studies (University of Sheffield)
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Time to Shine local evaluation. Report 4: intervention typologies

June 2022
Leeds Older People’s Forum / Centre for Loneliness Studies (University of Sheffield)
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Time to Shine local evaluation. Report 5: motivations and barriers for beneficiary engagement

June 2022
Leeds Older People’s Forum / Centre for Loneliness Studies (University of Sheffield)
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Time to Shine local evaluation. Report 6: participation, engagement and outcomes for older people

June 2022
Leeds Older People’s Forum / Centre for Loneliness Studies (University of Sheffield)
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Time to Shine local evaluation. Report 7: the impacts of Time to Shine on project beneficiaries

June 2022
Leeds Older People’s Forum / Centre for Loneliness Studies (University of Sheffield)
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Time to Shine local evaluation. Report 8: the impact of Covid-19 on Time to Shine service delivery and project beneficiaries

June 2022
Leeds Older People’s Forum / Centre for Loneliness Studies (University of Sheffield)
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