Age NI

Age NI is the leading charity for older people in Northern Ireland. Our society is ageing. More than 350,000 older people live here today and in the next twenty years, the number of people over 50 will increase by more than 30%.

Our vision is a world where everyone can love later life, and our mission is to help people enjoy a better later life.  We deliver care services, provide advice and advocacy, offer products and services, fundraise and influence our decision-makers to improve later life for us all.

Age NI wants to make people think differently about what it means to get older, because age affects everyone in different ways.

Find out more about our work at www.ageni.org and follow us on facebook www.facebook.com/agenicharity and Twitter @Age_NI for updates.

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Take part in our Annual Slieve Donard Walk. £20 Registration plus £60 minimum sponsorship. Sign up www.ageni.org
Dates:
30 May 2020
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Workshop

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This three hour workshop supports individuals aged 50+ to consider their future in terms of finance, health & wellbeing, career and work-life balance. This workshop is facilitated by Rosie Smyth, Life and Work Coordinator at Age NI. Learning aims: This overview will allow participants to take stock of where you are now and where you want to be in later life. Improve confidence and motivation; gain focus and direction for future planning. Learning Outcomes: By the end of the session participants will identify: 1.Finance – your state pension, understanding types of private pensions, tax rates, interest rates. 2.Career Development – understanding career planning 3.Health & Wellbeing – understanding a sedentary lifestyle and the impact on health. 4.Work Life Balance – flexible working and rights. Your rights as a carer. Mid Career Reviews are part of the Age at Work project, which supports individuals aged 50+ to remain in or return to work, in order to help them to have enough income, stay connected and enjoy a fuller working life . This workshop is open to individuals who are in employment or unemployed. The workshop will be delivered at Age NI, 3 Lower Crescent, Belfast, BT7 1NR Age NI are in partnership with Business in the Community to deliver the Age at Work project which is funded by the National Lottery. To find out more, go to www.ageni.org/ageatwork
Dates:
22 April 2020
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Retail volunteer - NEWTOWNARDS

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Newtownards
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Workshop

Age NI

This three hour workshop supports individuals aged 50+ to consider their future in terms of finance, health & wellbeing, career and work-life balance.
Dates:
29 January 2020
Belfast

More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

Company Number

NI071940

NI Charity Number

NI104640

Team

  • Val Gamble
  • Matthew Blain
  • EJ Havlin
  • Katie Johnson
  • Jacqui Corscadden
  • Rosie Smyth
  • Victoria Graham
  • Kerrie-Ann McElroy
  • Brenda Kearns