Age Isle of Man (formerly Age Concern Isle of Man) has existed as a charity on the Island for 22 years and specialises in helping people over the age of 50 and anyone with a disability. We are also often approached by younger people who need advice on supporting parents and elderly relatives. We are involved in many activities on a regular basis which include:-
DAY CARE CENTRES
In partnership with the Department of Social Care, we offer over 20,000 day places per year in Douglas, Onchan, Port Erin, Peel and Ramsey.
MEALS ON WHEELS
Again, in partnership with the Department of Social Care, we deliver about 75,000 meals per year, island wide.
INFORMATION & ADVICE
We provide free services on a range of issues including Benefits, Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney as well as a range of money matters.
COMPUTER DROP-IN CENTRES
Over 5000 clients a year use our facilities in Port Erin, Peel, Ramsey, Douglas and the iMuseum to learn how to use computers, tablets and other technologies.
Our bus offers a meeting place all over the Island. It features full heating and air conditioning, a lounge area, a kitchenette and is equipped with six laptop computers
LUNCH AND ACTIVITY CLUBS
Age Isle of Man supports the running of these clubs in various locations such as Castletown, Port Erin, Laxey, Union Mills and Ramsey. These provide an opportunity for people to make new friends and enjoy a hot cooked lunch.
Shops in Port Erin, Ramsey and a second hand furniture shop in Douglas help support our Charity. We also do bespoke services for house clearances.
Whatever the needs of older people, we are there to help.
Contact us on 631740.