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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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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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This October we are taking part in Free Wills Month and offering our supporters the opportunity to have a will written or updated free of charge. What is Free Wills Month? Free Wills Month takes...
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The Public Health Agency (PHA) is reminding all people aged 70 and 78 years old that they are eligible to receive the shingles vaccine. Every year in Northern Ireland, around 1,000 people in their...
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As part of Scams Awareness Month (July 2016) the Consumer Council has revealed that almost one in five Northern Ireland (NI) consumers have been a victim of a scam in the last three years.
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Niamh Busby, 17, an A Level student from Bangor, is appealing for new volunteers to help out this summer in the Age NI shop on Central Avenue.
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This October Go ON NI and Belfast City Council are hosting Fix IT surgeries in community hubs across Belfast.
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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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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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This year's seasonal flu vaccination programme is under way and the Public Health Agency (PHA) is urging people to 'Stay Well This Winter' by ensuring that those eligible get the free flu vaccine a...
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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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Imagine a world where it was considered normal to live until 100 years old. Would this change your attitude towards work, both as an employer and an employee?
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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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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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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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Local Bangor man and Danske Bank Branch Manager, Nick Craig lends his support to fellow Bangor man Derek McClure, Age NI Store Acting Manager, during a recent promotional weekend in Bangor’s...

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