Meath Age Friendly Alliance

Meath Age Friendly Alliance

The role of the Alliance is to oversee the implementation of the county age friendly strategy.

Meath County Council and the Strategic Alliance launched the Meath Age Friendly County Initiative in September 2011. The Alliance ensures that all the stake holders keep the Age Friendly Focus at the heart of their services.  The Meath Age Friendly Alliance meets once every quarter. 

The Meath Alliance consists of senior personnel representing the Local Authority, the Health Service Executive, Louth Meath Education Training Board, An Garda Síochána, Meath Partnership, NUI Maynooth, Netwell Centre, Dundalk, Flexibus, Ageing Well Network, Third Age Foundation and Older People's Forum representatives. 

Members of the Alliance

Mr Michael Finnegan, Chairman, Age Friendly Alliance
Ms Fiona Fallon, Senior Executive Officer, Meath County Council
Ms Miriam McKenna, C.E.O., Flexibus
Ms Jackie Maguire, Chief Executive Meath County Council
Mr Barry Lynch, Director of Services, Meath County Council
Cllr Gillian Toole, Member of Meath County Council
Mr Michael Ludlow, Chief Executive Officer, Meath Partnership
Dr Joe Larragy, Maynooth University
Mr Liam Carey, Head of National Development, Third Age Centre
Mr Jim Mathews, Later Life Network
Mr John Tobin Later Life Network
Ms Aine Brady, CEO, Third Age Centre
Ms Aisling Sheridan, Louth Meath Education Training Board
Sgt Dean Kerins, An Garda Síochána, Crime Prevention Officer
Ms Elaine Ryan, Older Persons Services HSE
Superintendent Martina Noonan, An Garda Síochána

Facilitated by :

Ms Áine Bird, Administrative Officer, Programme Manager Community Department, Meath County Council
Ms Joan Carroll, Senior Staff Officer, Programme Co-ordinator, Meath County Council

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