Working with Older People
Working with Older People (WWOP) has a unique practical focus and gives examples of how research or services are making health, wellbeing and social inclusion a reality for older people.
The journal considers the fact that people are living longer and the opportunities that this presents for older people, their families, communities and the economy.
WWOP provides a forum for researchers, service providers and service users to share experiences and ideas, showcase new approaches, explore difficulties and dilemmas, and suggest solutions, with the overall goal of enabling older people to enjoy a full and active life and to value the contribution that older people make to family life and communities.
The journal is full of practical, positive, evidence-based examples of how international research and policy can be translated into practice and to making life better for older people.
The British Library
- Simone Bacchini
- Jo Sharrocks
- Eleanor Wright
Editorial Advisory Board
Centre for Policy on Ageing
Change AGEnts Network UK and The Practitioner Alliance For Safeguarding Adults (PASA)
Big Lottery Fund
Manchester Metropolitan University
The King's Fund
European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research
Dementia Adventure and Clore Social Leadership Programme
Ambassador for the Campaign to End Loneliness
Manchester City Council
Community Service Volunteers
National Older LGBT Housing Network
Ageing Without Children
- Gillian Crosby
This journal is abstracted and indexed in: American Sociological Association, Publishing Options Database, British Nursing Index, CINAHL, CPA’s AgeInfo, CPA’s New Literature on Old Age, EBSCO Abstracts in Social Gerontology, Illustrata, ReadCube Discover, Scopus, Social Care Online, SocINDEX.
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