Active Retirement Ireland is a national membership organisation that aims to enable older people to lead a full, happy and healthy life through a range of opportunities organised by local older people themselves through local Active Retirement Associations.
Age Action’s Care and Repair does small DIY jobs, free of charge, for older people to help them maintain their homes and their independence. Operating in Cork, Dublin and Galway, Care and Repair does jobs that might be more difficult to complete as we get older but not big enough to call in a tradesperson.
Run by Age and Opportunity - each year during May all over the country Bealtaine events run in arts centres, theatres, libraries, galleries, community centres, local halls, care settings, cultural spaces and even in the open air.
We are a leading provider of quality homecare in Munster. Our focus is on supporting people to live in their own homes for longer. We provide services to older persons, persons with intellectual disabilities, post-operative care, specialised dementia care, companionship and general support.
Our services for older people promote for the care and welfare of older people living alone in Dublin and aim to improve the quality of life for older people, particularly those who are most disadvantaged and vulnerable through services, activities and advocacy.
Our mission is to promote excellence in all aspects of dementia care in Ireland. To this end the Centre aims to promote an awareness of dementia, establish and maintain a database on dementia services in Ireland, provide education and training to practitioners working in the field and conduct and support local and international research and evaluation.
A family run company dedicated to offering a selection of excellent recreational activities for older people. Elderwell offers a unique and individually designed program for people in residential/day care that benefits our participants, their families and those professionals involved in the care of our participants and the management of the homes and centres.
Ireland’s first community-based energy project to address the problem of fuel poverty in Dublin. Energy Action has insulated 35,000 homes since its inception and has also supported several community-based organisations in other parts of the country through pilot schemes to develop their own capacity to tackle fuel poverty. The service is provided through the Better Energy Warmer Homes Scheme administered by the Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland.
Engaging Dementia is a registered charity that provides training for those who care for people living with dementia in nursing homes, day centres, hospitals and family homes. Our mission is to improve communication, engagement and connection for people living with dementia and their carers. We offer a range of training programmes, resources and community activities.
Friends Of The Elderly aims to combat loneliness of elderly people by providing friendship, social contact and opportunities for involvement in community activities and helping them become more fully integrated in their own communities.
Kerry Respite Care is a social enterprise and registered charity CHY 15920. Since their formation in 2002, they have developed an excellent reputation supporting older people and people with disabilities or long-term illnesses to continue living in their own homes.
Nazareth Care provides a safe, comfortable homely environment for all our Residents. Our care homes provide the highest standards of service and care, for both our long term and short term. We treat all our residents as individuals and respect their right to privacy, dignity and independence and further welcome family and friends involvement in their relatives care.
The Northwest Roscommon CDP was set up in 2003 to deliver the then government funded Community Development Programme (CDP) in the Northwest Roscommon Area. The CDP is a non-profit organisation managed by a Voluntary Management Committee whose main aim and purpose is to support the economic, cultural & social development of Ballaghaderreen and surrounding areas.
Safe Home Ireland has evolved from simply providing a housing option for older Irish born emigrants. Alongside this role, we now provide an information and advisory service for anyone considering a move to Ireland and we offer support for those who having moved back, require assistance.
The right to have your voice heard and to participate in making decisions which affect you is a fundamental principle in a democratic society. It is a principle simply stated as "Nothing about you /without you".