Ageing Well

Ageing Well is a city-wide project for the over 50’s led by Impact Initiatives. TDC, as one of the partner organisations delivers this work across the East area of the city, in the Deans, Whitehawk, Manor Farm and Bristol Estate. 

Ageing Well Brighton Hove

We are passionate about recognising older people’s skills and developing their capacity as volunteers. We follow an asset-based community development approach, supporting older people themselves to develop groups and activities based on their needs.

Through our Ageing Well work we

  • Offer support to existing groups, including help with funding bids
  • Develop new groups, for example, a request was made for a Scrabble group – so a new Board Games group was developed
  • Offer 1-1 support with tech guidance – helping people use smartphones, tablets etc
  • Organise events for older people
  • Signpost to other relevant offers for older people – for example, benefit advice
  • Encourage older people to look after themselves both physically and mentally


We also support community led 50+ activity across our other neighbourhood areas

  • Several sheltered schemes across the city running activities funded through our Healthy Neighbourhood Fund. 
  • Most neighbourhood organisations we work with have intergenerational services and activities, e.g. coffee mornings, exercise groups at community centres. 
  • Some neighbourhoods have their own community run lunch clubs and activity groups for 50+.


If you are over 50 and would like to know more about what you could get involved in, please contact Sue Sayers on 07412 709 310 or [email protected]  

Meet the Ageing Well Team

"It's a great honour and privilege to support individuals and groups to achieve positive change in strengthening their communities."

Anita Doherty, Project Support Worker
[email protected]
07307 681 963

Cal Chester, Community Development Worker

[email protected]

07440 032 215

A Dementia Friendly Guide for Community Groups and Organisations 

TDC has a Dementia Friendly Toolkit available, created with community groups and organisations. This Guide is relevant to all of us. Your community, someone you know or some of you, are likely to face the challenges of dementia and memory loss. How others respond to the person with dementia, and how supportive or enabling the person’s surroundings are, greatly affect how well someone can live with dementia. Dementia Guide


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