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The collaborative Care at Home Innovation project has been set up to understand the needs and gaps in technology for those using and providing care in both professional and family settings. The...
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When it comes to a one stop shop of health assessment services, your local or high street pharmacy probably has it covered.
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Age NI welcomes the report by the NI Audit Office into the Management of the Transforming Your Care programme as an important reminder of the urgent need to radically overhaul and transform our...
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Election time provides a great opportunity to influence our future politicians. Age NI is calling on all candidates in the General election to #Act4Age by becoming an Age Champion. Our ageing...
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Paschal McKeown, Head of Policy and Influencing, commented, 'Age NI condemns all crimes against older people. It is crucial that older people are able to feel safe and secure in their own homes and...
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We invite you on behalf of Ulster University to participate in a research study called IC-Health.
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In response to figures released on hospital waiting times, Linda Robinson, Age NI Chief Executive, said, 'Age NI is deeply concerned at the growing number of people who are waiting for treatment an...
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Age NI’s Anna House Day Centre in Dunmurry got a welcome boost from retail firm Lidl Ireland this week - a generous £1,000 donation. As part of the Lidl Community Works programme, the supermarket...
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Danske Bank has donated £600 to its charity partner Age NI because 12 hat-tricks were scored during the 2015/16 Danske Bank Premiership season.
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Les Dewart from Moira, who took part in one of the world's most famous long distance races in memory of his late father, is continuing his fundraising efforts for Age NI with a successful bag pack...
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We are rightly proud of our ageing society and celebrate the opportunities as well as the challenges this brings to how we plan, design and deliver public services, support each other and connect t...
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'1/3 of older people in Northern Ireland tell us that they feel lonely, but as we all know, statistics only tell one part of the story,' says Linda Robinson, Age NI Chief Executive.
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The UK Prime Minister, Teresa May, formally began the process of the UK leaving the European Union by triggering Article 50 of the Treaty of the European Union on 29 March 2017.
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Visit the Age NI store in Belfast for a chance to win a luxury Sawers deli hamper worth £99! The Age NI Store at Botanic Avenue is open from 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday. Located near Shaftesbury...
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With the support of Melvin Pharmacy in Garrison, Age NI is urging people in Fermanagh who may have concerns about community care to contact the Age NI Advice Service for help.
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Age NI Response to the Minister for Health’s Report, Health and Wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together
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Denise Drain shares her experience of volunteering to encourage more volunteers to support the Age NI Store.
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Since 2013, the Age-friendly Belfast team have been talking to older people to develop the Age-friendly Belfast Plan 2014-2017. It’s 2017 now and the team want to develop a new 3 year Age-friendly...
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Claire Moore from Portadown has been recognised for her outstanding fundraising efforts after successfully completing the Four Peaks Challenge for Age NI. Claire climbed the highest mountain in eac...
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A radical shake-up of Northern Ireland's health and social care system to make it fit for the 21st Century has been unveiled.

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