We offer a range of services to help older people feel more included in the community. Our current aim is to try and tackle loneliness in the Plymouth area through numerous events including Day Centres and one off events. Latest events are displayed on our homepage and are open to everyone over 50.
We also offer a free information and advice service where we are a partner in the universal city wide Advice Plymouth. Support can cover:
- Benefits health check for people who may be eligible to receive benefits.
- Housing worries
- 'Money Matters'
- Form filling such as benefits
Health and wellbeing is likewise an important part of Age UK Plymouth, we offer a wide full range of activties including Yoga, Tai Chi, chair based excerices and energetic dance.
** Extended Opening Hours **
From 1st April 2017 at the William and Patricia Venton Centre/New River View
Activity sheets for each centre:
William and Patricia Venton Centre - Day Care
Elspeth Sitters House - Active Ageing Centre
New River View Centre - Dementia Centre
The William Venton Centre - Active Ageing Centre
Call in Time is a service for older people to help reduce isolation. Living on your own can be hard to adapt to - particularly if you've been used to sharing your home or time with others. Not having someone to talk to regularly can be lonely and isolating. And that's when a friendly chat on the phone can make all the difference. Call in Time is a free telephone friendship service run by Age UK. Since 2005 the service has matched hundreds of older people with trained and supported volunteers who, together, enjoy a weekly phone chat about anything from the weather to what's been going on in both their lives.
Download referral form
For information on specific topics such as Money Matters, Healthy Living and Housing Options, publications can be found on the link below.
(Links to main Age UK website)
Please contact us on 01752 256020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about our services or to arrange a visit to any of our centres.