Keeping well at Home
Staying away from family and friends is hard, particularly during times of stress and changes to our routine. We have put together some ideas around staying well and connected while staying at home more.
Keeping well in winter
At Age NI we are delighted to be working with our friends in Power NI again this winter to bring you practical tips to help you look after yourself, your home and each other.
Recipes for a warmer winter
Winter isn't everyone's favourite season but it is the perfect excuse to cook up some heart-warming comfort food. Inside this booklet you’ll find some delicious recipes to help keep you warm and full of energy this winter – give them a try!
Age NI teamed up with Lady Mary Peters to launch an exercise programme aimed specifically at keeping older people moving during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Move with Mary is a series of five exercise videos. They cater for every level of capability, ranging from simple seated stretches, to balance, strength and gentle aerobic exercises suited to older people. The videos have been developed In partnership to support the work of the Northern Ireland Frailty Network, Age Friendly Network NI, care homes and Age Sector Networks delivering locally for the benefit of older people. A booklet, ‘Keeping Well at Home’ compliments this online resource.
Keeping Well at Home
Download the 'Keeping Well at Home' booklet. It has lots of ideas and suggestions to keep us safe and well at home. The advice is on everything from mental health, exercises and nutrition.