Find out what services we provide in St Helens.
Whether you're a crafting novice or an arts superstar, our arts and crafts sessions encourage older people to get involved and get crafty!
Our visitor and telephone befriending services offer support and companionship to older people who are socially isolated.
We need to change how we think about cancer in later life. Cancer is primarily a disease of older people – half of all diagnoses are in over 70s.
We run a number of social dance groups and events to promote health and wellbeing, no matter your age or ability.
We provide an advisory service, reminiscence sessions and peer group support for older people who have been diagnosed with low level dementia.
Our exercise sessions help older people get active, stay healthy and have fun through a variety of activities.
The information, advice and support provided by our specialist information officers is free, confidential and impartial.
Our Helping Hands volunteers provide help with those odd little jobs that can cause a big headache for older and vulnerable people.
A hospital stay can be a difficult time for patients and those close to them. We offer information, advice and support for what can be a life-changing event.
An active and stimulating experience for people who need minimal support but want to enjoy later life.
Age UK Mid Mersey facilitates a steering group to make postive changes to the perception of older people in our society.
These trader registers will help you avoid dishonest and unreliable tradespeople, saving you time, money and energy.
The Warm Homes Programme is a long-standing winter initiative funded by E.ON and delivered by local Age UK partners.