We provide a wide range of social and support services for older people (aged 55+) in the Causeway Coast & Glens area.
- Active Age (social activities)
- Better Together (support for people with early-onset dementia and/or mild congitive impairment issues)
- Helping Us Helping You (volunteering and training)
- Making a Difference (general support services)
If you know anyone who could benefit from any of our services, please contact us.
Our activities are all run in accordance with Covid19 government guidelines.
For many years we have been organising a great range of social activities for older people in the Causeway Coast and Glens area, with opportunities for travel, fun, friendship and learning new skills.
Better Together comprises a range of services for older people with early-onset dementia and/or mild congitive impairment issues. All activities are run by fully trained staff.
Helping Us Helping You
This project supports those of any age who may be socially isolated or lonely. We offer a variety of opportunities for volunteering, which is of benefit both to the charity and the individual. The project will also again involve (when guidelines permit) a monthly volunteers’ get together in a local coffee shop and Recognition Events.
We provide flexible support and mentoring, tailored to the individual, enabling the development of skills such as communication, timekeeping, stock control/rotation and cash-handling within a friendly environment.
Thanks to Connected – Causeway Loneliness Network for its generous support.
Making a Difference
Through this project we support those in need, regardless of age.
- Information & Signposting: Providing advice, for example regarding what to go or where to go for social services, benefits, buildings maintenance and so on. We can help with all kinds of problems, particularly dealing with and organisations. If we can’t help directly, we’ll find someone who can (often Community Advice Causeway, especially for benefits queries). We offer free and confidential advice, information and support.
- Telephone Befriending: Volunteers regularly call those who may be isolated or lonely to help reduce social isolation.
All Making a Difference services are provided free of charge, although of course donations are always very welcome!
Thanks to The New Needs Fund for its generous support.