Staying connected: A handbook for involving men in groups and clubs

The COTA NSW Mate to Mate Connecting Older Men project was undertaken in partnership with the Men’s Health Information and Resource Centre at the University of Western Sydney. Extensive research was undertaken which involved older men throughout all stages of the research process. The project began by focusing on connecting older men to community services and then the project broadened to finding out what encourages and discourages men from staying connected to community activities. As the project progressed, it became apparent that groups and clubs were vital in keeping older men connected and that a practical resource to assist them in this task was required, and this handbook is the result.

OtherA COTA NSW Mate to Mate Project

Released: 05-Aug-2015

The COTA NSW Mate to Mate Connecting Older Men project was undertaken in partnership with the Men’s Health Information and Resource Centre at the University of Western Sydney. Extensive research was undertaken which involved older men throughout all stages of the research process. The project began by focusing on connecting older men to community services and then the project broadened to finding out what encourages and discourages men from staying connected to community activities. As the project progressed, it became apparent that groups and clubs were vital in keeping older men connected and that a practical resource to assist them in this task was required, and this handbook is the result.

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