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1 in 3 older people in Northern Ireland say they feel lonely

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

Spread The Warmth

Spread the Warmth is a collaborative Winter campaign between Age NI and Power NI. The Spread the Warmth guides aims to give older people tips to help stay healthy and warm in winter, as well as how to heat their home efficiently.


Author: Gail Whyte

Robert's Story

I’m Robert, I’m 78. My life was turned around by Age NI over 14 years ago.


Author: Matthew Blain

Fun Workout DVD Bundle

The Fun Workout Bundle includes both DVD sets from Let's Sit Up for a Fun Workout and Let's Get Down for a Fun Workout.

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.



Independent Living Products

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


Author: Amin Zaman

Leave a gift in your will

By leaving a gift in your will to Age NI, you’ll help us be here for everyone who needs us.




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    The BBC is considering removing the right to free TV licences for the over 75s. The petition has got over 60,000 signatures already. If you haven’t already please sign our petition to save free TV for older people. Read more