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Age Concern Wellington exists to promote the rights, wellbeing and quality of life for older people in the Wellington region and to promote positive attitudes to ageing in the community.

We are running a series of Staying Safe Workshops – classroom based, a maximum of 14 per session. The cost is $10.00 which includes morning coffee and scones. The courses are based at Anvil House, 138 Wakefield Street, Wellington on Friday(s) 24th March, 7th April and 12th May – from 9.45 a.m. to 12.00 noon.
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We offer:

  • An accredited volunteer visitor service that offers friendship for older people who would like more company.
  • An elder abuse and neglect prevention service that provides information, support and advocacy to older people experiencing elder abuse and neglect.
  • An Elder Abuse and Neglect Prevention Education service that delivers sessions to raise awareness in the wider community about elder abuse and neglect. Training also covers elder abuse and neglect prevention, increasing recognition and appropriate responses to elder abuse and neglect.
  • A Community Support Service to help solve problems, explore options and suggest positive outcomes for older people.
  • A Community Education Programme that provides educational programmes covering Powers of Attorney and a range of issues commonly faced by older people.
  • Safe With Age Driving Courses for the mature road user.
  • We work with local authorities (Porirua, Hutt City, Upper Hutt and Wellington), health and housing providers and a wide range of voluntary and advocacy groups.

Our Latest Magazines

Click on the covers below to read the magazines online or download to your computer.

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