City-wide infrastructure

This page presents our library of learning and evaluation resources regarding the city-wide infrastructure that is needed in order to address loneliness and social isolation.

 

We have grouped it into the following sections:

Age-friendly
Asset mapping

 

Age-friendly

Age-friendly Transport: Are We There Yet Event – What Did We Learn? 

This report presents the learning from our Age-friendly Transport event, in which we heard from a variety of speakers on the topic of Age-friendly transport. Together we learnt about the barriers to Age-friendly transport and the possible short-term and long-term solutions. This learning will be used to further develop Bristol’s Age-friendly action plan.

 

Supporting older people to overcome transport barriers.

Transport difficulties can be a big barrier to tackling loneliness and isolation. This document shares our learning so far about how project workers and volunteers can support older people to overcome some of these transport barriers in the short-term.

 

Age-friendly Homes: Building Solutions Together Event – What Did We Learn? 

This report presents the learning from our Age-friendly Homes event, in which we heard from a variety of speakers on the topic of Age-friendly housing. Together we learnt about the barriers to Age-friendly housing and the possible short-term and long-term solutions. This learning will be used to further develop Bristol’s Age-friendly action plan.

 

Age-friendly Plans and Successes So Far

BAB launched the Age-friendly Challenge Fund in 2019, challenging organisations across

the city to make their services better for older people. Projects in the domains of Transport, Housing and Respect & Social Inclusion gave an update of their work and the learning from their first few months.

 

 

Asset Mapping

The Neighbourhood Asset Mapping of Greater Fishponds 

Eight of BAB’s Community Researchers undertook neighbourhood asset-mapping of the Greater Fishponds area in Bristol. This report presents their findings and insights, as well as their reflections on the asset-mapping process.

 

Greater Brislington Mini Project 

A team of four Community Researchers explored ten community groups within the Greater Brislington area of Bristol, identifying their present engagement with Bristol Ageing Better, their awareness of BAB’s Kickstart Scheme and the barriers to social participation. They then make recommendations for how BAB might be able to engage better with this community.

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