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Wellbeing Flower

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The Wellbeing Flower is a round-table activity resource for organisers of older people’s clubs and services to explore ways in which they can improve the health and wellbeing of their members and service users.

The resource will guide you through activities and discussion questions designed to:

  • Improve your understanding of habits and routines that help people to age well
  • Clarify the contribution your group or service makes to the healthy ageing of your members and service users
  • Enable to you make plans to amplify the health and wellbeing impact of your groups/service. 

Topics covered include physical activity, social connection, food and drink, emotional wellbeing and keeping the brain healthy.   The Wellbeing Flower can be explored over a day or a series of shorter sessions.  Age Scotland runs periodic training to enable groups or services to facilitate Wellbeing Flower sessions.  We can also provide Wellbeing Flower facilitation, subject to staff availability.

Facilitators' Course pm Tue 24 September Edinburgh

Details and booking

I would absolutely recommend the Wellbeing Flower. We were able to look at our centre from outside in, instead of being in a bubble and just ‘doing’

an older people's group organiser

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