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Age Action Care and Repair

Age Action's Care and Repair programme carries out minor repairs for older and vulnerable people free of charge, to give them access to reliable tradesmen for larger jobs and to provide a befriending service.

Getting Started Computer Training | Age Action

As part of our fight against digital exclusion, Age Action's Getting Started Computer Training programme delivers one-to-one training on computers, tablets and smartphones to people over the age of 55 all over Ireland

Age Action | Elder Abuse

Are you concerned about elder abuse? We work hard to raise awareness about this issue, and help people affected. 

Information Service | Age Action Ireland

We have trained information officers providing information over the phone, email and social media on issues facing older people.

Age Action | Lifelong Learning | U3A

U3A is a learning circle or cooperative. Members learn from one another by sharing knowledge and experiences and engaging in shared activities.

Older People | Travel Passes | Ireland | Age Action

Our Advocacy team works hard to give a voice to older people, and ensure that their rights are always on the Government agenda.

Ageing and Development Programme | Age Action

The Ageing & Development programme works on global ageing and issues facing older people in developing countries or the global south.

Age Action | Intercultural Residential Care Home Project

Ireland has rapidly become very multicultural and diverse in recent years. Find out about our Intercultural Residential Care Homes Projects.

Age Action | Generations Together

The Generations Together programme creates opportunities for older and younger people to meet and learn from each other, and to bridge the divide between generations

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Time to speak out about elder abuse

National Safeguarding Committee abuse campaign

Earlier this week the HSE reported that almost 8,000 cases of alleged adult abuse were reported in 2016. But only six per cent of these cases were reported by the alleged victim or a family member. Today, on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, we must face the reality that we're failing to speak out about elder abuse in Ireland.