What services does Age Concern offer?

We aim to provide life-enhancing services and vital support to people in later life….Popular services in your area

  • Cafes and restaurants.
  • Day centres.
  • Exercise & physical activity.
  • Foot care.
  • Handyperson services.
  • Home help.
  • IT Training courses.
  • Social activities.

What does age concern do for the elderly?

We help millions of people to know their rights and make the best choices for later life. We provide information and advice that covers every facet of later life, from helping people find out the benefits they are entitled to claim, to discussing options that help make later life at home more manageable.

What age group does Age UK support?

Opening Doors London aims to specifically meet the needs of older lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities and is aimed at men and women who identify as LGBT and are over the age of 50.

How can I get in touch with Age Concern?

For more information call the Age UK Advice Line on 0800 678 1602.

Can Age Concern help with benefits?

We can do home visits or we can offer appointments in our Walmgate or Haxby office. We can only offer advice to people who are State Pension Age or over. We can help with many benefits and allowances including Attendance allowance, Carer’s allowance, Council tax support and Pension Credit.

What is considered old age for a man?

70 to 71 years
In America, one researcher found that you are considered old at 70 to 71 years of age for men and 73 to 73 for women.

At what age do you start feeling old?

According to the research, the average American starts feeling old at the age of 47. Similarly, the average respondent starts to really worry about age-related bodily changes around 50 years old. The unstoppable passage of time is apparently a big worry among Americans.

What does Age Concern Hampshire do for older people?

Age Concern Hampshire – Care and Wellbeing services in Hampshire for older people Age Concern Hampshire is an independent registered charity working to support the ageing journey for the over-50s in the county. For the latest COVID19 (Coronavirus) update click here We are passionate about supporting older people!

How to contact Age Concern Hampshire way locks?

Age Concern Hampshire Centre Way Locks Heath Southampton SO31 6DX. General enquiries: 01962 868545 Email: [email protected]. Reg. Charity No. 290874. Please view our Complaints Policy here. Our Accessibility Statement is available here.

Where is the Age Concern office in Locks Heath?

Age Concern Hampshire Head Office is located at our Lockswood Day Centre in Locks Heath. Our Freephone number is 0800 328 7154 if you would like more information.