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Yoga Connects: Battling Dementia & Celebrating Life

 In January 2018, thanks to funding from Wembley National Stadium Trust and The Aziz Foundation, Elders Voice began to deliver a one year pilot study project named Yoga Connects: Battling Dementia and Celebrating Life with Yoga. 45… Read More

Poetry & Dementia

Reading poetry aloud to people with dementia can have a positive impact on their mental wellbeing. It can improve mood, encourage social interaction, unearth lost memories and spark imagination. We have enjoyed ‘shared reading’ sessions at our own… Read More

Service Update

We regret to announce that due to the early termination of funding, our Kensal Green Dementia Café will be ending on Friday 31st May. Our Kingsbury Dementia Café at Hay Lane which takes place on Wednesday afternoons will… Read More

Garfield Weston awards Elders Voice £40,000

Elders Voice has been awarded £40,000 from one of the UK’s largest charitable funders. The funding will enable us to buy a brand new van for our Handyperson service. The Garfield Weston Foundation says small community charities are rising to the challenge of… Read More

Getting Older by Anonymous

This poem was written by a friend of Elders Voice who wished to remain anonymous – we’re not sure why though – we think she has a brilliant way with words!  

Take the weight off your feet

Local community group KOVE have secured funding for four new benches on Kilburn High Road and they want your advice on where to put them! 

Two Haiku by Jenny Davison

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a charity CEO? Well wonder no more! Our very own Chief Executive, Jenny Davison, has summed up the experience in not one but two haiku. A haiku is a… Read More

GP access within 48 hours

Did you know that you can get a GP appointment if you need one within 48 hours or outside of your GP normal opening hours? If your GP practice does not have a quick enough appointment for you,… Read More

A Comment on Intergenerational Contact by Oskar Knight

For many young adults such as myself, visiting your grandparents is just about the only scenario in which you would spend any substantial amount of time interacting with older people. I am fortunate in the sense that I… Read More