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If you're worried about getting old and want to find out information about elderly care, or you need help with a repair or maintenance job at home, or you're interested in finding out about any issue affecting older people in Ireland, Age Action is here to help.

We run computer training classes, we offer a home repairs and maintenance service and we have an Information team waiting to take your call.

Contact us at any of the numbers, addresses or emails below.

Head Office

  • Address: 30/31 Lower Camden St, Dublin 2, D02 EC96
  • Phone: 01 4756989
  • Email: info@ageaction.ie

Information Service

Advocacy & Communications

Services

Care & Repair Programme - Dublin

Care & Repair Programme - Galway

  • Address: 3 St Francis Street, Galway
  • Phone: 091 527831
  • Fax: 091 527828
  • Email: aaw@ageaction.ie

Care & Repair Programme - Cork

Getting Started Computer Training Programme

Ageing & Development Programme

University of the Third Age (U3A)

Regional Offices

Age Action West

  • Address: 3 St Francis Street, Galway, H91 XF1P
  • Phone: 091 527831
  • Fax: 091 527828
  • Email: aaw@ageaction.ie

Age Action South

  • Contact: John O'Mahony
  • Address: Age Action, 14 Melbourne Business Park, Model Farm Road, Cork City
  • Phone: 021-2067399
  • Email: aac@ageaction.ie

Data Protection Officer

Complaints

Age Action promotes the rights of all those who come into contact with staff or volunteers of Age Action to be treated with dignity, respect and equality. Our Complaints Management Policy ensures that people who feel they were not treated in this manner can address this with us. Any complaint will be viewed as an opportunity to inform and to continuously improve the quality of our service provision.

Please see our Complaints Management Policy

Download our Complaints Form here

 

Are We Ageist?

(07 December 2022) 

1 in 4 people experience age discrimination according to Age Action’s new poll Are We Ageist?, conducted by IrelandThinks, with people who were unemployed more than twice as likely to experience age discrimination as people with any other work status. ​

“Age Action is working to reframe how we think, feel and act towards older people and ageing in Ireland, so we commissioned a public poll to understand the degree to which we hold ageist opinions in our society. The public poll reveals that most people in Ireland hold some ageist opinion with people aged 18-34 more than two and a half times as likely to agree with three or more ageist opinions” explained Celine Clarke, Head of Advocacy and Public Affairs at Age Action.