The Healthy Later Living Network aims to promote digital inclusion and harness the benefits of technology for health and wellbeing.
Healthy Later Living Network
An interdisciplinary research network of leading academics, helping people remain independent, productive, active and socially connected for longer.
The Healthy Later Living Network aims to improve people's quality of life by helping older adults maintain their health, mobility and independence for longer.
The Healthy Later Living Network recognises the importance of social connections and community for maintaining health and wellbeing in later life.
There are many ways you can get involved with the Healthy Later Living network:
- join our mailing list
- contribute to our newsletter
- attend network meetings and events
- research projects
- joint PhDs
- student placements and projects
A €1.5 Million ERC-funded project, being led by Dr Esther Walton, will advance understanding about brain ageing and its links to wellbeing and mental health.
New funding from BRACE Dementia Research will allow Dr George Stothart to further pioneering research into a new approach for diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease.
The University of Bath Healthy Later Living Network has contributed to research for a study on older using TikTok and challenging stereotypes about ageing.
Bath postgraduate Aron Jarvis has been selected by the Research Institute for the Care of Older People (RICE) as their first ever PhD Fellow.
The ‘REtirement in ACTion’ programme helps prevent physical decline, reduces the need for health care and is highly cost-effective for those in later life.
An innovative video project at Bath hopes to challenge everyday ageism experienced by older people when doing physical activity.
A blog post from the Intergenerational Engagement in Research & Teaching (IE) Vertically Integrated Project, looking at activities with different generations.
A blog post from the Network on holding conversations with older adults across BANES to discuss how they look after their mental and physical health.
A student blog post from the Department for Health on joining a Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) to challenge stereotypes and promote positive ageing.
Celebrating innovation in the healthy ageing space with this year's UKRI x Zinc Catalyst award holders
A two-day summit of talks, activities, and workshops on the past and future of assistive technologies.