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Our Activities

Age Action's main activities are:

  • Advocacy and campaigning on behalf of all older people
  • Information service
  • Reference library
  • Publications including the monthly Ageing Matters in Ireland
  • Conferences, seminars and education and training programmes
  • National and international pilot projects to promote innovation and good practice
  • Development aid and education
  • Research and evaluation
  • Fund-raising, including charity shops
  • Liaison and co-operation with other organisations
  • Liaison and co-operation with other countries
  • Services including Care & Repair Programme, University of the Third Age (U3A), Intergenerational Activities and Getting Started (programme teaching older people how to use computers).

Age Action's main objectives are:

  • To improve communication and co-operation among the organisations and individuals concerned with ageing and older people.
  • To enhance the exchange of information and views about the needs of older people and the development of appropriate policies and services.
  • To promote greater interest and involvement in research.
  • To assist and undertake innovative projects and services for older people and their carers.
  • To assist statutory and voluntary agencies in developing more effective policies and services.

Download our Strategic Plan

Latest revision date: 
07/10/2015

My Legacy Week

Support My Legacy Week for Age Action

This year Age Action and 60 Irish charities are asking the public to consider leaving a legacy gift in their wills.        

When people choose to leave a legacy gift to Age Action they are supporting the many thousands of older people we help each year through our Information Helpline, our free small home repairs service, Getting Started computer training as well as the many education programmes our members and clients are involved in.