The Alice Cross Centre is conducting a survey about the current and future needs of over fifties in our local community. Our organisation has been affected by many factors, including both economic and social changes - and we may need to adapt and evolve in order to continue to serve the community well into the future. We have brought together supportive individuals, groups and organisations to contribute to this process, identify social issues and gaps in services and provide more opportunities for our target group. To help us move forward we would like to hear from you about what you want for our organisation, and suggestions to how groups and organisations can collaborate effectively. As an administrator or group representative, please take the time to give brief answers to the following questions: How would you like to see your group or organisation work more closely with our organisation in the next five years? Are there needs or gaps in the local programs and services that are not being met at the moment? What programs do you know of that people are trying in other places that we should try here in Teignmouth?   The next stage is the distribution of the survey to as wide a cross section of the local 50+ population as possible and this is where we need your help. The greater the response, the more valid the information will be. The survey is available as a printed booklet or editable document. See link at the top of each page: Please complete, save and return to the following email address:    jacqui@thealicecross.co.uk Thank you for working with us to better service all our needs
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Locally, 35% of residents aged 50-64 are not living with a partner (i.e. single, separated, divorced, widowed or partner in residential care) that’s 23% of the men and 52% of the women in this category
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