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Age UK Oxfordshire: A Review of 2022-23

September 7, 2023

During the year 2022-23 Age UK Oxfordshire were pleased to support over 30,000 local people. Their Annual Review gives a snapshot of a number of the achievements and challenges for the organisation in 2022-23 and tells the stories of some of the people that they worked with.

For many people in later life, it was a difficult year, with pressures on the health and social care system and the cost-of-living crisis following hard on the heels of the pandemic. The combined impact has cast a shadow over many lives, and the organisation has seen demand for services continue to increase as a result.

Against this background, their ‘community connectors’ reached 1,459 more individuals, their Pension Credit and Attendance Allowance campaign resulted in people securing over £900k more in entitlements than the previous year and their scams awareness project reached almost 2,000 older people.

Follow this link to read Age UK Oxfordshire’s Annual Review for 2022-23.


For more details contact:

Emma Duckett


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