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Age NI provides products and services specifically designed to meet the needs of the over 50s.

Move with Mary

Age NI have teamed up with Lady Mary Peters to launch an exercise programme aimed specifically at keeping older people moving during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Author: Kerrie-Ann McElroy

Coronavirus - Looking after others

Take part in neighbourly volunteering and help support older people who are staying at home due to the coronavirus epidemic


Author: Kerrie-Ann McElroy

Walk Slieve Donard

"Miles for Smiles" is our new Autumn initiative asking you to get back out there. Or first event is walking to the summit of Slieve Donard.




Tickets: From £20.00

Author: Kerrie-Ann McElroy

Location: 5 Donard Park, Newcastle ,, Newcastle

Age NI Stores

There are five Age NI retail stores in Northern Ireland. Shopping with us helps us to create a world where everyone can love later life.



Alive & Active DVD Bundle

The Alive & Active Bundle includes both DVD sets from Alive & Active and Alive & Active 2.

All Independent Living Products

A range of products and services for the over 50s.




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    This has been another very difficult week for care homes across Northern Ireland.  We offer our sincere condolences to everyone concerned. Read more

  • Keeping Well at Home - It’s Important to Check in and Chat

    As part of our Keeping Well at Home series we spoke to Mandy Wilson. Mandy is a Mental Health Nurse and Head of Wellbeing at Age NI.  She says there are lots of simple ways to feel connected whilst shielding or social distancing. Read more

  • Keeping Well at Home - "If you don’t use it, you lose it’

    As part of our Keeping well at Home series we spoke to Emily, an Age NI Volunteer. Following her second knee replacement operation, Emily, an active Age NI volunteer, Blue Badge Tour Guide, former yoga teacher, trainer and all-round multi-tasker, suddenly realised that she hadn’t the strength to lift a kettle. It was a real shock. Read more

  • Almac Group to Support Age NI

    Almac Group has announced the organisation will donate to NI Hospice, Action for Children NI, and Age NI, as part of a £250,000 total contribution being made to 33 charities globally to support their critical work in the wake of COVID-19. Read more