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Age Concern Hampshire

Age Concern Hampshire assists older people to increase their independence, knowledge, income, well being and sense of purpose. It provides access to a range of services to support the needs of older residents within Hampshire. 

Age Concern Hampshire also ensures appropriate information and advice is available and provides a caring and supportive community to older people and their families/carers to achieve a better quality of life.

Services offered are Information and Advice (Freephone 0800 328 7154), Daycare Centres (11 across the county), foot care clinics, OPAL (Older Persons Area Link), Village Age Projects and a range of Well being projects including lunch clubs and exercise classes.

Age Concern Hampshire's Information and Advice Service is free, other services are charged as advertised.

Offices are at 2nd Floor, St George’s House, 18 St George’s Street, Winchester, SO23 8BG and The Orchard, White Hart Lane, Basingstoke, RG21 4AF.

Who to contact

Telephone
01962 868 545
Website
Age Concern Hampshire
Notes

Day Care Centres are disability friendly and cater for physically frail clients and those with varying forms of dementia. Our office is accessible by a lift- please contact us for more information.

Where to go

Address
St George’s House
18 St George’s Street
Winchester
Hampshire
Postcode
SO23 8BG
Children's Centre Areas
Notes

Offices have disabled access for clients requiring the information and advice service.  Day Care Centres are also disability friendly and cater for physically frail clients and those with varying forms of dementia. 

Other Details

Availability

Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

The majority of Day Care Centres are provided under contract to Hampshire County Council or Southampton City Council and Age Concern Hampshire are unable to take direct referrals. 

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