Due to COVID-19 guidelines, many of the services listed in our Services Directory have adopted new working arrangements. Please contact them directly to ascertain their current arrangements.
Active Retirement Ireland
All the activities are aimed at keeping older people active and well. Active Retirement Associations are a lifeline for many older people who would otherwise feel isolated and lonely.
All older people are welcome to join Active Retirement Ireland, to have fun and have their voices heard, regardless of age, gender, culture or any other grounds.
T: 01 873 3836 / E: email@example.com / W: www.activeirl.ie
Age Action provides services including care and repair, computer training and information.
T: 01 475 6989 / E: firstname.lastname@example.org / W: www.ageaction.ie
Supporting older people to age at home.
T: 0818 222 024 (from 8am – 8pm, Monday – Friday) / W: www.alone.ie
The Alzheimer Society of Ireland
Offers support, advice and information on dementia. Services and support available in your area can be found here.
T: 1800 341 341 / E: email@example.com / W: www.alzheimer.ie
HSE Safeguarding and Protection Teams
HSE Safeguarding and Protection Teams are in place all over the country to take reports of elder abuse and provide help.
T: 091 748 432 / E: Safeguarding.firstname.lastname@example.org / W: https://www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/4/olderpeople
The Living Well Programme
Living Well is a recognised self-management support programme, based on the evidence-based Stanford model. It is free of charge and available to adults 18 years and older, who are living with one or more long-term health conditions, or caring for someone with a long-term health condition. The programme supports people to develop skills and confidence to become better self-managers of their own health condition/s.
Confidential listening service for older people provided by trained older volunteers.