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Next week, BBC Radio Ulster/Foyle’s airwaves will be buzzing with interviews, conversations and features about reading as BBC Northern Ireland presents Book Week NI.
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A new study on patient outcomes after hip fracture has been launched by medical researchers at the Royal Victoria Hospital.
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Age NI held an event in the Long Gallery, Stormont recently to bring older people, the age sector and MLAs together to explore how to prepare and plan for NI’s ageing population. At the event MLAs...
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Reminiscence can have an incredibly positive impact on older people by supporting them to value themselves through recalling and sharing their memories.
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From 20 March to 23 April 2017, Age NI will be calling on people in Northern Ireland to 'start a conversation' as part of the initiative by Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness which both addresses...
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The Big Knit is back and it's going to be the biggest one ever. This year we need your help to knit 95,000 little hats!
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Age NI responds to the Spring Budget and the Chancellor's announcement of a Social Care Green Paper
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Positive Ageing Month is a month-long festival of events and activities for older people in October 2016.
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Staff at Meadowbank, an Age NI operated residential centre for people with dementia in Omagh, are stepping out for a sponsored walk to raise money for the Meadowbank Comfort Fund.
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Most of us can remember a time when we felt a bit down and someone was there to help us - a family member, a friend, a neighbour. It’s amazing the difference that a kind word or a comforting hug ca...
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The Health and Social Care service is seeking service user and carer representatives who have had an experience of unscheduled care services within the last 5 years.
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The Digital Age Project is an initiative that focuses on the promotion of digital and social inclusion for older people, using an intergenerational approach involving young people.
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Matthew Mo, 19, is sharing his experience of volunteering to encourage new volunteers to support people to live well with dementia, and their carers.
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The Centre of Excellence for Public Health NI at Queen's University are looking for volunteers to take part in a project aimed at helping older people increase their levels of physical activity.
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Come along to the free digital workshops for over 50s, on Tuesday 2 May 2017 at Belfast City Hall. Bring your tablet, laptop or phone and get free help with any questions. The BBC digital bus will...
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The Family Arts Campaign has announced the launch of its new Age-Friendly Standards, which provide clear guidance for cultural organisations welcoming older family members. There are already 65 ear...
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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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