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Age NI and Law Centre have welcomed the decision by the Department of Health to publish the report of the Expert Panel on Adult Care and Support. The report was launched in advance of a roundtable ...
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We are living longer and the landscape of our workforce is changing – by 2037 Northern Ireland’s population aged 15-64 is set to fall by almost 2%, while the over 65s is expected to rise by 75%. A...
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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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Age NI and the Public Health Agency have come together to introduce an innovative approach to tackling loneliness experienced by older people across Northern Ireland, as part of an initiative by th...
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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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Belfast City Council and Derry City and Strabane District Council have agreed to develop a joint bid to become the UK’s nominated host city for the European Capital of Culture in 2023. If successfu...
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The darker and colder nights are drawing in and we are all starting to turn the heating up in the evenings. This time of year utility bills tend to get higher. With a few simple steps you could sav...
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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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Age NI is delighted to launch its free will service during the month of September 2017. Who is the free will service open to? The service is free to anyone resident in Northern Ireland aged 50 and...
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Ninety year old Peggy Harrison from Newtownards, whose later life was enriched by Age NI, tells us how a love of knitting helps her to give back. Peggy, who is originally from Fermanagh and has bee...
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With so many retail, banking and government services now online, it's more important than ever that older people get the skills needed to make the most of the digital world. Spring Online Week is a...
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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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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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With high temperatures forecast to continue in many parts of Northern Ireland over the coming days, Age NI is advising people to take extra care in the summer months and to look out for older...
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Positive Ageing Month is a month-long festival of events and activities in Belfast for older people. Now in its third year, the festival includes activities to suit all tastes - from movies to ...
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Older people are telling us they are finding it increasingly difficult to get the care and help they need to remain at home and as independent as possible. Age NI believes that Northern Ireland's...
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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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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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Living DNA are running a special promotion in honour of National DNA Day. DNA Day is celebrated because of the discovery of the DNA's double helix in 1953, then the completion of the Human Genome...

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