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University of Bath

Guild Living is excited to announce its major partnership with the University of Bath as part of developing diverse research on healthy ageing.

Led by Malcolm Johnson, visiting professor at the University of Bath and lead researcher on Channel 4’s ‘Old People’s Home for 4-Year-Olds‘, the project will focus on topics such as social isolation and healthy ageing.

The new partnership will involve researchers across the University of Bath and identify solutions to healthy ageing and support the design, technology, wellbeing and care across Guild Living communities.

As part of the addressing the needs of the ageing society, Guild Living will use the research to design innovative later living communities, set in urban environments that will enable active and independent ageing for its members. Mixing young and old to create intergenerational environments is a vital aspect of Guild Living’s offering.

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