Welsh Government Consultation on Loneliness and Social Isolation
23rd October, 2018
The Welsh Government is consulting on how best to tackle loneliness and social isolation across Wales. Find out how to have your say.
Alzheimer’s Research UK: Plan to improve the lives of people with dementia
5th October, 2018
Alzheimer’s Research UK is calling on government to adopt a new action plan to improve the lives of people with dementia and bring about a life-changing treatment.
Age Cymru's art program in Wales: cARTrefu newsletter September 2018
6th September, 2018
Find out what has been happening with cARTrefu, the largest arts-based program in Welsh Care Homes, in the latest edition of their cARTrefu newsletter Sept 2018 .
CADR Annual Report 2017 - 2018
4th September, 2018
Our 2017-18 Annual Report, highlighting research activity across the year, is now available.
Living Longer, Working Longer: What does this mean for jobs in Wales?
29th August, 2018
A series of listening events across Wales to help us improve job opportunities and working conditions for older people
TEDx Talk on Loneliness
31st July, 2018
Our Dr Deb Morgan gave a fantastic TEDx talk - come and see the video
Dr Martin Hyde becomes a fellow of the Gerontology Society of America
3rd July, 2018
CADR's Dr Martin Hyde has been accepted as one of the newest fellows of the Gerontology Society of America – an acknowledgement of outstanding and continuing work in gerontology.
Staying on my Feet – a new Falls Prevention Guide
21st June, 2018
Following a series of network events with care homes across Wales, My Home Life Cymru has produced a new best practice guide to falls prevention in care homes.
Bangor Researchers involved in ground-breaking TV documentary
23rd May, 2018
“The Toddlers who Took on Dementia” is a BBC Wales documentary that explores what happens when nursery children come together with people living with Dementia.
CADR to test new National Standards for Public Involvement in Research
20th March, 2018
Along with the Wales School for Social Care Research, CADR has been chosen as one of ten UK test-bed sites for the new National Standards for Public Involvement in Research.
New tool will help older people to rate their community
28th March, 2017
Researchers at Swansea University have created a simple survey tool which can help older people to rate their community and could be used to plan future residential neighbourhoods that are friendly for all age groups and have a positive impact on health and wellbeing.