Members

Shown below are the 21 member organisations of Age Alliance Wales.
 
To see the Age Alliance Wales Directory of Services 2015 please click here .
For further information and details of any of these organisations just click on the highlighted name to go straight to their website.
 
For more information about becoming a member of Age Alliance Wales, please click here .
 

Action On Hearing Loss is the charity working for a world where hearing loss doesn't limit or label people, where tinnitus is silenced – and where people value and look after their hearing.  For further information, or to become a member, visit www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk, contact the Action on Hearing Loss Information Line on 0808 808 0123 (freephone) or 0808 808 9000 (textphone) or email: informationline@hearingloss.org.uk

Age Connects Wales is mutual organisation set up co-operative principles. It is made up of 6 Age Connects organisations in North and South Wales. The primary objective of the organisation is to campaign and influence to change attitudes to ageing and thereby improve older people’s lives.

Age Cymru is the new force combining Age Concern Cymru and Help the Aged in Wales. We are dedicated to improving the lives of all older people. We work in partnership with local Age Concerns.

Alzheimer's Society Wales  - A care and research charity for people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, their families and carers.

Arthritis Care Wales offers a wide range of services aimed at providing support and information to everyone with arthritis.

British Lung Foundation

Care and Repair Cymru - A network of agencies which work to help older and disabled owner-occupiers to remain in their own homes, in their own communities, living as independently as possible, through providing information about choices that can improve safety, security, comfort, and convenience.

Carers Trust  promotes, offers and delivers high quality services for carers and people with care needs

Carers Wales enables access to all areas for carers through campaigns, information and advice and a supporting network of branches and groups.

Contact the Elderly aims to relieve the loneliness and isolation of older people living alone with limited support from family, friends and statutory services, by organising free, regular Sunday afternoon tea parties.

Cruse Bereavement Care Wales - provides counselling, information and social support to anyone who has been bereaved by death. Also offers training support, information and publications to those working to care for bereaved people.

Deafblind Cymru - For deafblind people and those who support them.

Disability Wales - The national association of disabled people's organisations striving to achieve the rights, equality and independence of disabled people in Wales.

Prime Cymru  -  A member of HRH The Prince of Wales’ group of charities.  PRIME Cymru provided support throughout Wales to economically inactive people over 50, helping them to return to economic activity through self-employment, employment, training and volunteering as a stepping stone to more formal economic activity.

RNIB Cymru (Royal National Institute of Blind People) - Working for the social inclusion of visually impared people by campaigning and delivery of related services.

Royal Voluntary Service - wants a world where every older person has the opportunity and choice to get more out of live.  We will enable older people to get more out of life by delivering practical support through the power of volunteering. 

Sense Cymru - Sense Cymru TouchBase Wales provides a range of services across Wales for deafblind people and their families.

Stroke Association - Provision of support to people who have had strokes, their families and their carers.

Volunteering Matters in Wales - Volunteering Matters, formerly CSV, is a national charity with over 50 years’ experience.  In Wales, our Retired & Senior Volunteer Programme (RSVP) engages and develops older people as volunteers in a range of volunteer-led activities.  By investing in people through volunteering we can reduce inequalities and isolation to build stronger more inclusive communities.