Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland

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Responding to the Health Minister's announcement of a £1.6m support package for the independent care sector, Chief Executive of the Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland (COPNI), Evelyn Hoy, welcomed the Minister's announcement and his acknowledgement that more needs to be done...
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The Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland has hit out at the suggestion that people over 75 could lose their free TV licence.
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The Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister (OFMDFM) is seeking to appoint a Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland. The Commissioner will have a role in promoting and...
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In relation to police figures detailing 700 incidents of crime involving violence against older people last year, Evelyn Hoy, Chief Executive, The Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland said: "Recent reports of violent crimes against older people hitting an all-time high are shocking,...
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Ark Ageing Programme's recent conference in Belfast highlighted a number of issues important to older people in Northern ireland. Here are some of the programme's conclusions. Our ageing population continues to grow and it is estimated that between 2013 and 2033, the number of people living in...
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The Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland, Claire Keatinge, has renewed her call to the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety to commit to introducing legislation that would better protect older people in Northern Ireland from abuse.
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‘What needs to change to ensure excellence in care at home for older people?”
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The Commissioner for Older People, Claire Keatinge, has published Advice to Government which calls for modernisation and reform of Adult Social Care legislation in Northern Ireland to better support the changing needs of an ageing population.
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
Responding to the Health Minister's announcement of a £1.6m support package for the independent care sector, Chief Executive of the Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland (COPNI), Evelyn Hoy, welcomed the Minister's announcement and his acknowledgement that more needs to be done...
Matthew Blain's picture
The Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland has hit out at the suggestion that people over 75 could lose their free TV licence.
Matthew Blain's picture
The Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister (OFMDFM) is seeking to appoint a Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland. The Commissioner will have a role in promoting and...
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
In relation to police figures detailing 700 incidents of crime involving violence against older people last year, Evelyn Hoy, Chief Executive, The Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland said: "Recent reports of violent crimes against older people hitting an all-time high are shocking,...
John Bradbury's picture
Ark Ageing Programme's recent conference in Belfast highlighted a number of issues important to older people in Northern ireland. Here are some of the programme's conclusions. Our ageing population continues to grow and it is estimated that between 2013 and 2033, the number of people living in...
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
The Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland, Claire Keatinge, has renewed her call to the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety to commit to introducing legislation that would better protect older people in Northern Ireland from abuse.
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
‘What needs to change to ensure excellence in care at home for older people?”
Ciaran Arthurs's picture
The Commissioner for Older People, Claire Keatinge, has published Advice to Government which calls for modernisation and reform of Adult Social Care legislation in Northern Ireland to better support the changing needs of an ageing population.

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