Age Cymru's advice line

Source : Age Cymru
Published on 24 July 2013 02:00 PM

Don’t forget that you can now call Age Cymru’s advice line for information about almost anything you’ll want to know.

We’ve recently launchedour new ‘08000 223 444’ advice line number to provide advice for over 50s, their families and friends.

Our Director of Corporate Services Claire Morgan says:

“Age Cymru’s advice line gives free, impartial advice to over 50s, their families and friends across all areas of Wales on a range of subjects.

“If someone wants advice about where to get help with those little jobs around the house, or find out how much they should be paying for a loved one’s care, we can help.

“We can also advise people who may want to discover if they are eligible for Pension Credit, and help them with claiming it.

“This is a bilingual service and Age Cymru can help with all these issues, and many more – all you need to do is call us on 08000 223 444 and speak to one of our advisors.”

Age Cymru’s advice line can provide practical help and advice, or point callers in the direction of one of its network of local partners across Wales for face-to-face advice.

Callers can also ask for a free copy of a new publication called ‘More Money in Your Pocket’, which is a guide to claiming benefits for people over pension age.

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If you are a journalist and would like to speak to our press team, please contact Iwan Rhys Roberts on 029 2043 1562, 07739 894 923, iwan.roberts@agecymru.org.uk

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