You may have noticed that we have a fresh new look!
On Feb 27th 2020 Food Train launched its brand new logo family as part of the celebrations for our 25th anniversary!Continue reading “NEW LOGO, NEW LOOK!”
If you would like to learn more about supporting older adults with good nutrition and hydration then we have two different training sessions available throughout 2020:
We are delighted to announce that we’re supporting a further 24 projects via our Small Ideas, Big Impact Fund!
Each of these projects and initiatives focus on the theme of older adults living well through food and aim to support the prevention, detection and/or treatment of malnutrition.Continue reading “Successful Small Ideas, Big Impact Fund Projects Announced!”
Earlier in November we welcomed 2 new staff members to the Eat Well Age Well team:
Project Dietitian – Jen Grant @JenGrantRD
Impact & Policy Officer – Tilly Robinson-Miles @TRobinsonMiles
Join the University of Glasgow and Eat Well Age Well on Tues 19th November at the Smith Museum in Stirling for a FREE one-day conference about ageing in place in Scotland.Continue reading “Healthy Ageing in Place Scotland – 19th Nov”
This is the second year of UK Malnutrition Awareness Week and we hope you’ll join our campaign to encourage us all to have more conversations with the older people in our lives about food, eating & drinking and appetite.Continue reading “It’s UK Malnutrition Awareness Week!”
Over the last few months we’ve had the pleasure of starting our visits to the first round of projects supported by our Small Ideas, Big Impact Fund. 23 projects were funded in total and our new Video & image Gallery is now available to showcase each project in action.Continue reading “Small Ideas, Big Impact projects in action!”
We are delighted to launch our Lunch Club Campaign Packs ahead of UK Malnutrition Awareness Week on 14th – 20th October!Continue reading “Lunch Club Campaign Packs launched”
Eat Well Age Well officially launched in May 2018 and in the space of one year we have made exciting and significant progress in our campaign to tackle malnutrition in older adults living at home in Scotland.
Just some of our highlights have been launching our training schedule for public and professionals, developing new resources and issuing our first round of grants to 23 projects across Scotland via our Small Ideas, Big Impact fund.
To view our info-graphic detailing our examples of impact in full then please click here
Eat Well Age Well Project Manager Laura Cairns has provided a blog for Alliance Scotland discussing the challenge that malnutrition poses to public health in Scotland.
Read the blog in full here.