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Wednesday, September 20

Government is about to enter into a consultation period to determine Bermuda’s vision for ageing

An official guardian for vulnerable elderly people is high on the agenda, new Minister for Health Kim Wilson promised yesterday.

Wednesday, September 20

Health Minister: Preparing “Visionary Plan” for 22% Increase in Senior Population by 2030

Government is about to enter into a consultation period to determine “Bermuda’s vision for ageing well”, and develop a strategy to address the needs of seniors,

Wednesday, July 26

Age Concern Hosts Health Event For Seniors

​Age Concern Bermuda successfully hosted its second health clinic for the year in the East End of the island

Wednesday, July 26

Age Concern Congratulates Premier Burt & PLP

Age Concern is congratulating Premier David Burt and the Progressive Labour Party [PLP] on their election victory.

Wednesday, July 26

International Cooperation in Long-Term Care

ACHCA Chapter in Discussions with Age Concern Bermuda

Friday, June 16

Call for tougher laws to protect elderly

Claudette Fleming has highlighted the urgent need for better protection of seniors as those over 65 will this month outnumber those under 14.

Thursday, March 23

Pictures of good health

A series of three health initiatives were launched yesterday providing free vital, eye and dental screenings to seniors over the age of 50 years old

Friday, February 24

Nursing facilities ‘woefully inadequate’

Age Concern yesterday called on the Bermuda Government to address “woefully inadequate” community care facilities.

Tuesday, December 06

Age Concern wants probe into police actions

Age Concern has backed the call for an investigation into police actions during the protests outside the House of Assembly on Friday.