Intersectoral interagency partnerships to promote financial capability in older people

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Authors: Hean, S., Fenge, L.-A., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C. and Fearnley, S.

Journal: Journal of Interprofessional Care

Volume: 26

Issue: 5

Pages: 419-421

ISSN: 1356-1820

DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2012.684413

From the second quarter of 2008, the UK economy entered a period of economic decline. Older people are particularly vulnerable during these times. To promote ways in which older people can be better supported to maintain their financial well-being, this study explored the sources older people utilize to keep themselves financially informed. Interviews with older people (n = 28) showed that older people access trusted sources of information (e.g. healthcare professionals) rather than specialist financial information providers (e.g. financial advisors) which highlighted the need for interagency working between financial services in the private, public and voluntary sectors. An example of how such interagency partnerships might be achieved in practice is presented with some recommendations on directions for future research into interagency working that spans public, private and voluntary sectors.

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Authors: Hean, S., Fenge, L.A., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C. and Fearnley, S.

Journal: J Interprof Care

Volume: 26

Issue: 5

Pages: 419-421

eISSN: 1469-9567

DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2012.684413

From the second quarter of 2008, the UK economy entered a period of economic decline. Older people are particularly vulnerable during these times. To promote ways in which older people can be better supported to maintain their financial well-being, this study explored the sources older people utilize to keep themselves financially informed. Interviews with older people (n = 28) showed that older people access trusted sources of information (e.g. healthcare professionals) rather than specialist financial information providers (e.g. financial advisors) which highlighted the need for interagency working between financial services in the private, public and voluntary sectors. An example of how such interagency partnerships might be achieved in practice is presented with some recommendations on directions for future research into interagency working that spans public, private and voluntary sectors.

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Authors: Hean, S., Fenge, L.A., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C. and Fearnley, S.

Journal: Journal of Interprofessional Care

Volume: 26

Issue: 5

Pages: 419-421

eISSN: 1469-9567

ISSN: 1356-1820

DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2012.684413

From the second quarter of 2008, the UK economy entered a period of economic decline. Older people are particularly vulnerable during these times. To promote ways in which older people can be better supported to maintain their financial well-being, this study explored the sources older people utilize to keep themselves financially informed. Interviews with older people (n = 28) showed that older people access trusted sources of information (e.g. healthcare professionals) rather than specialist financial information providers (e.g. financial advisors) which highlighted the need for interagency working between financial services in the private, public and voluntary sectors. An example of how such interagency partnerships might be achieved in practice is presented with some recommendations on directions for future research into interagency working that spans public, private and voluntary sectors. © 2012 Informa UK, Ltd.

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Authors: Hean, S., Fenge, L.A., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C. and Fearnley, S.

Journal: JOURNAL OF INTERPROFESSIONAL CARE

Volume: 26

Issue: 5

Pages: 419-421

ISSN: 1356-1820

DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2012.684413

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Authors: Hean, S., Fenge, L.A., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C. and Fearnley, S.

Journal: Journal of interprofessional care

Volume: 26

Issue: 5

Pages: 419-421

eISSN: 1469-9567

ISSN: 1356-1820

From the second quarter of 2008, the UK economy entered a period of economic decline. Older people are particularly vulnerable during these times. To promote ways in which older people can be better supported to maintain their financial well-being, this study explored the sources older people utilize to keep themselves financially informed. Interviews with older people (n = 28) showed that older people access trusted sources of information (e.g. healthcare professionals) rather than specialist financial information providers (e.g. financial advisors) which highlighted the need for interagency working between financial services in the private, public and voluntary sectors. An example of how such interagency partnerships might be achieved in practice is presented with some recommendations on directions for future research into interagency working that spans public, private and voluntary sectors.

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