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This podcast has been developed by always possible in collaboration with the University of Sussex, with support from the ESRC.

In each episode, we’ll highlight new perspectives in conversation with experts who bring a wealth of information and resources to build our understanding of topics such as Ageing Well and Modern Slavery.

To find out more about the whole programme, the free online events and The Possibility Club discussion circle - where people with an interest in the topic can share ideas and connect - visit www.alwayspossible.co.uk/news/transforming-society/community/

Links relevant to this topic and the organisations we work with are included in the text underneath each podcast.
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Welcome to the fourth and final podcast in our series of The Possibility Club podcasts looking in depth at the subject of Ageing Well. Each of the four special episodes feature discussions between researchers, community practitioners, health specialists and more, busting some of the myths that persist about ageing as well as looking at how our understanding of how to live long and happy lives is changing. From technology to the care system, innovation product and service design to narratives about ageing - we are exploring how to turn the problem of getting older into an opportunity for a life well lived. This series has been developed by always possible in collaboration with the University of Sussex and in each episode, a member of the always possible team will be in conversation with an expert from the University of Sussex plus special guests. To find out more about the whole programme, the free online events and The Possibility Club discussion circle - where people with an interest in the topic can share ideas and connect - visit alwayspossible.co.uk/ageing-well In this episode, always possible Associate Lucy Paine speaks to Paul Boyce, Senior Lecturer in Anthropology and International Development in the School of Global Studies at the University of Sussex and Gary Pargeter, Service Manager at Lunch Positive To have future The Possibility Club podcasts conversations download automatically to your smartphone or tablet hit the subscribe button on your favourite podcast app. Useful links: https://the-possibility-club.mn.co/groups/3992209/feed https://www.lunchpositive.org/ ---- Ageing Well is an always possible podcast, created in collaboration with the University of Sussex with support from the Economic & Social Research Council. It is produced and edited by Chris Thorpe-Tracey for Lo Fi Arts.  
Welcome to the first in a new series of The Possibility Club podcasts looking in depth at the subject of modern slavery. A challenging and sensitive subject, this short series will feature discussions between researchers, community practitioners, frontline service providers and more, exploring the reality and dispelling the myths of what modern slavery looks like in and around Sussex. This series has been developed by always possible in collaboration with the University of Sussex and in each episode, we’ll highlight new perspectives in conversation with experts who bring a wealth of information and resources to build our understanding of this area. To find out more about the whole programme, the free online events and The Possibility Club discussion circle - where people with an interest in the topic can share ideas and connect - visit the always possible website. Links relevant to this topic and the organisations we work with are included in the text underneath this podcast. In this episode, always possible Associate Tony Dillon, introduces our four guest speakers who have all contributed to the podcast remotely answering the same five questions. Our guests are: Sarah Braker from the Dept of Work and Pensions, Mark Charlton from Sussex Police, Elle Weaver from Together in Sussex Tim Read from Brighton and Hove City Council Each has a range of perspectives on modern slavery: what it looks like in the here and now, how to raise awareness, ways to uncover and disrupt these forms of criminal exploitation, and how to support victims. To have future modern slavery podcasts download automatically to your smartphone or tablet hit the subscribe button on your favourite podcast app. You will also receive other episodes from The Possibility Club including the After Corona? series in which we look ahead at society and business beyond the Covid-19 pandemic, and the series Ageing Well - another collaboration between always possible and the University of Sussex. Useful links: https://the-possibility-club.mn.co/groups/4125519/feed   https://the-possibility-club.mn.co/posts/14791276?utm_source=manual (TPC live chat text) https://togetherinsussex.org.uk/ https://www.sussex.police.uk/advice/advice-and-information/ms/modern-slavery/ https://crimestoppers-uk.org/ https://www.whatsinyourpocket.org/about https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/news/2021/wise-criminal-exploitation-young-people-brighton-hove  --- Changing The Conversation is an always possible podcast, created in collaboration with the University of Sussex with support from the Economic & Social Research Council. It is produced and edited by Chris Thorpe-Tracey for Lo Fi Arts.
Each of the four special Ageing Well episodes will feature discussions between researchers, community practitioners, health specialists and more, busting some of the myths that persist about ageing as well as looking at how our understanding of how to live long and happy lives is changing. From technology to the care system, innovation product and service design to narratives about ageing - we will be exploring how to turn the problem of getting older into an opportunity for a life well lived. This series has been developed by always possible in collaboration with the University of Sussex and in each episode, a member of the always possible team will be in conversation with an expert from the University of Sussex plus special guests. To find out more about the whole programme, the free online events and The Possibility Club discussion circle - where people with an interest in the topic can share ideas and connect - visit www.alwayspossible.co.uk/ageing-well In this third episode, always possible Associate Lucy Paine discusses digital inclusion and inclusive design with Dr Ralitsa Hiteva from the University of Sussex's Science, Policy and research unit; and Social Entrepreneur, Eric Kihlstrom – with a special guest appearance from Oscar the dog!   Use this link to SUBSCRIBE on your favourite platforms. Useful links: the-possibility-club.mn.co/groups/3992209/feed www.aging2.com/about/ sro.sussex.ac.uk/id/eprint/97148/ --- To have future Ageing Well conversations download automatically to your smartphone or tablet hit the subscribe button on your favourite podcast app. You will also receive other episodes from The Possibility Club including the After Corona? series in which we look ahead at society and business beyond the Covid-19 pandemic, and a series about how we eradicate slavery in the 21st century - another collaboration between always possible and the University of Sussex. Ageing Well is an always possible podcast, created in collaboration with the University of Sussex with support from the Economic & Social Research Council. It is produced and edited by Chris Thorpe-Tracey for Lo Fi Arts.  
This is the second in the series of The Possibility Club podcasts looking in depth at the subject of Ageing Well. Four special episodes will feature discussions between researchers, community practitioners, health specialists and more, busting some of the myths that persist about ageing as well as looking at how our understanding of how to live long and happy lives is changing. From technology to the care system, innovation product and service design to narratives about ageing - we will be exploring how to turn the problem of getting older into an opportunity for a life well lived. This series has been developed by always possible in collaboration with the University of Sussex and in each episode, a member of the always possible team will be in conversation with an expert from the University of Sussex plus special guests. To find out more about the whole programme, the free online events and The Possibility Club discussion circle - where people with an interest in the topic can share ideas and connect - visit alwayspossible.co.uk/ageing-well In this episode, always possible associate Lucy Paine speaks to Dr Maja Golf-Papez, lecturer in Marketing at the University of Sussex Business School. Dr Golf-Papez was also a featured panellist on our second webinar: Ageing Well: How can co-creation improve products and services for older people? Which is available to view via The Possibility Club. To have future Ageing Well conversations download automatically to your smartphone or tablet hit the subscribe button on your favourite podcast app.  --- Useful links: https://the-possibility-club.mn.co/groups/3992209/feed https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=hvpgWUgAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao https://the-possibility-club.mn.co/posts/12774551?utm_source=manual --- Ageing Well is an always possible podcast, created in collaboration with the University of Sussex with support from the Economic & Social Research Council. It is produced and edited by Chris Thorpe-Tracey for Lo Fi Arts.
This is the first in a new series of The Possibility Club podcasts looking in depth at the subject of Ageing Well. Each of the four special episodes will feature discussions between researchers, community practitioners, health specialists and more, busting some of the myths that persist about ageing as well as looking at how our understanding of how to live long and happy lives is changing. From technology to the care system, innovation product and service design to narratives about ageing - we will be exploring how to turn the problem of getting older into an opportunity for a life well lived. This series has been developed by always possible in collaboration with the University of Sussex and in each episode, a member of the always possible team will be in conversation with an expert from the University of Sussex plus special guests. To find out more about the whole programme, the free online events and The Possibility Club discussion circle - where people with an interest in the topic can share ideas and connect - visit www.alwayspossible.co.uk/ageing-well --- In this first episode, always possible Chief Executive Richard Freeman speaks to Dr Henglien Lisa Chen, the University of Sussex's Deputy Director for Social Work Innovation & Research and Charlotte Evans, also known as the Story Chaplain. They discuss the definition of 'old'; who is consulted when policies are made, and who is really at the heart of product and service design for older people? They look at the role of technology, when considering elder care and connection - but it is not a panacea. If there is one thing we have learned during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is that there is such a thing as 'touch deprivation’. --- To have future Ageing Well conversations download automatically to your smartphone or tablet hit the subscribe button on your favourite podcast app. You will also receive other episodes from The Possibility Club including the After Corona? series in which we look ahead at society and business beyond the Covid-19 pandemic, and a series about how we eradicate slavery in the 21st century - another collaboration between always possible and the University of Sussex. Useful links: https://the-possibility-club.mn.co/groups/3992209/feed https://www.storychaplain.com/ Co-creating connected and intelligent care homes for people with dementia https://blogs.sussex.ac.uk/policy-engagement/files/2020/05/research-brief-EK-2020-final.pdf Staying together recovering together: Covid-19 research report https://www.befriending.co.uk/resources/25014-staying-together-recovering-together-covid-19-research-report --- Ageing Well is an always possible podcast, created in collaboration with the University of Sussex with support from the Economic & Social Research Council. It is produced and edited by Chris Thorpe-Tracey for Lo Fi Arts.
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