How Time to Talk Befriending helps to save money and improve lives through our befriending, signposting and community outreach work.
How Time to Talk Befriending helps to save money and improve lives through our work with Sussex Police.
‘Honouring Older People Event & Outreach’, Ingram Crescent, Hove (April & May 2016)
Police and Church Partnership Working
Older People’s Community Befrienders
Time to Talk Befriending recently contributed towards a national research project in conjunction with the Campaign to End Loneliness. The aim of the pilot was to measure the impact of loneliness in later life. Please check out the following link for further details.
In addition Time to Talk Befriending participated in a workshop called “Understanding Loneliness: the Future for Befriending” in conjunction with the Campaign to End Loneliness. Check out the following link for further information.
Time to Talk Befriending is always looking for a good opportunity to undertake research relating to befriending or inter-agency collaboration so if you have an idea you would like to discuss or an opportunity you would like to share please contact Emily Kenward (formerly Sinclair) founder and scheme manger today on 01273 737710 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The FED for Independent Living, (January 2015), “Out and About Pilot Evaluation”.
“The Out and About project has changed lives! That’s a mighty big statement from a small project, but it’s true. Just take a look at the inspirational short stories in this guide to see the difference a little thought and helpfulness can make to the lives of older, lonely people”.
Please find attached the evidence relating to the informal research study undertaken by the founding partners in 2012. The results have formed the basis of the Time to Talk Befriending Service.