Details of how your contributions have helped us make a difference to the lives of thousands of older people are highlighted on our impact statement for 2015.

In it we take a look at how music therapy helps residents in our specialist dementia care homes, how one of our Live at Home schemes makes a difference and how our chaplaincy service provides to support to people of all faiths or none at all.

We also outline MHA’s plans to grow and support even more older people over the next ten years, either directly through the services we provide or indirectly by influencing policies which affect people’s lives.

MHA Chief Executive Adrian Bagg said: “Our supporters and volunteers – along with our staff – make a big difference to the lives of older people and this can be seen through our 2015 impact statement.

“We have big ambitions going forward to increase the reach of our services so more older people feel less isolated and we create more communities that care.

“You can see through our impact statement how we are already working towards those goals but we know there are many more older people out there struggling with loneliness and needing help and support.”

You can read the impact statement here.

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