Providing Dementia Support Services Across The Causeway Coast

Our aim

Through a person centred approach, we aim to help keep people living with dementia in their own homes and maintain independence for as long as possible.


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3 Brook Street Coleraine,
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About Us
Age Concern Causeway was started in 1977 by local people to support and empower older people in the area.
We look forward to helping you.
Mandy Corr,
Respect & Compassion

Our Services

Dementia Support

Eight weekly groups run across 6 locations, Ballycastle, Ballymoney, Portrush, Coleraine, Limavady and Garvagh. Group activities are designed for cognitive stimulation and fun, social interaction.

Meet & Eat

This popular service is for people of 55 and over. This project aims to promote mental and emotional wellbeing in older people as well as build confidence and tackle lonliness. 

One To One Support

Our one-to-one support provides weekly staff visits to individuals in their own home. Offering one-to-one support for 1 hour in which we participate in friendly chat.

Charity shop

Based at Brook Street Coleraine our charity shop is run solely by our dedicated team of volunteers. The charity shop is open Monday to Saturday and provides vital income for our charity.

ACC aims to help keep people living with dementia in their own homes and maintain independence for as long as possible.

Our Approach

ACC adopts a person-centered approach, connecting with others, building, and maintaining relationships, embracing uniqueness and providing a safe supportive environment with high levels of dignity and respect.

Our Methods

Through groups and one to one provision, Age Concern Causeway will support people living with Dementia and their families in the Causeway Coast and Glens area to stay active and connected and to maintain and share their hobbies, interests, and experiences with one another.

Key Aims

Our Key Aims In Supporting You

  • Ensure that people living with Dementia receive the services they need to live as long as possible in their own homes
  • Reduce loneliness and isolation
  • Retain social skills through interaction with others
  • Encourage people to use existing skills
  • Provide much needed respite for carers
  • Encourage independence
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