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  • Digital Inclusion

    Age UK Isle of Wight's Digital Inclusion project can support you to access the internet, to stay connected and access vital services. We host digital drop-in sessions and specialised digital workshops across the island.

  • Dementia Care Navigation

    Dementia Care Navigators promote self-confidence to increase a person's sense of health and wellbeing. They can help to improve your quality of life, maintain independence and support individuals and the family of those who have had a diagnosis of Dementia and those who have not.

  • Welfare Benefits

    We offer free impartial advice and support on a variety of Welfare benefits and can advise you about the benefits that you may be entitled to.

  • Help Around the Home

    Our Just About you Service offer friendly & trustworthy support workers that can help you to maintain independence and live well at home.

  • Telephone Befriending

    We have many volunteer befrienders who call you at a time convenient for you both to have a catchup, talk about interests you may both have and also  to simply check in with you to make sure you are doing ok.

  • Face to Face Befriending

    We try to match up volunteers with residents in their local communities. Our befrienders can make arrangements to visit you at home for a cup of tea and a chat, or outside for in the fresh air perhaps in a park for a local short walk.

How You Can Support Us

Age UK Isle Of Wight is working tirelessly to assist as many older residents as we can. A donation of any size will make a huge impact on our work reaching the most vulnerable and isolated older people on the Island. You can even donate to us online as you shop, without it costing you a penny. Find out about they different ways you can donate!

Other local support available this Spring

  • Isle of Wight Foodbank

    No one in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why the Isle of Wight Foodbank we provide nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to them in crisis.

  • Isle of Wight Citizens Advice

    Everyone is entitled to the information that affects their lives. Citizens Advice is a charity that has given independent, confidential and free advice to generations of Island residents to find their way forward.

  • The Footprint Trust

    They offer impartial information on saving energy and water.Most households we assist cut their bills, to live using our resources wisely and to keep people warm and well. They help people and the planet.

  • Friends Against Scams

    Friends Against Scams is a National Trading Standards Scams Team initiative which aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams by empowering people to take a stand against scams.