You are not alone (approx. 30% of women in society will be going through menopause) and help is here for you.
Our Redwood Day Service provides transport to and from the Bradbury Centre at Age UK Sunderland, a 2 course hot meal, plenty of tea and coffee and even more activities.
Age UK Sunderland needs volunteers to help us provide much needed support to older people right across the city.
Walking Football is designed to support both men and women aged 50 and over to improve their physical fitness, mental health and wellbeing and can help to reduce loneliness and isolation.
Come along to one of our free drop-in events which are being held at the Everyone Active Leisure Centre's in each of the five localities across the City of Sunderland.
Due to popular demand you can now join in our limited free exercise videos with instructor Phil Holland. We will be releasing limited free exercise videos for you to try, so come and join the fun and beat those lockdown blues!
Sometimes feeling stressed, worried or struggling to cope can be a normal reaction to difficult life events but when these feelings last, as they can do for up to 1 in 4 people, you may need to seek help.
“My safety net”, words used to describe how Age UK Sunderland’s Essence Service has helped one lady cope with her husband’s diagnosis of dementia. Meet four wonderful ladies who have shared their experience with us.
Our Aim for Sunderland