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Wednesday, January 20

Career seminar for those aged over 50

Age Concern will be holding a seminar tomorrow to help people aged over 50 with career and life decisions.

Thursday, January 14

Candidates quizzed on same-sex marriage

Stances on same-sex marriage were among the tough questions fielded by the two candidates for Devonshire North Central as they faced the area’s seniors.

Thursday, January 07

Seniors could decide by-election

Older voters stand to present a decisive force in the upcoming contest for Devonshire North Central, according to the advocacy group Age Concern.

Monday, December 07

Spence hails success of charity party

Gina Spence Productions co-hosted the annual Pre-Christmas Party at the Heritage Worship Centre on Friday.

Wednesday, November 18

Overcoming grief with yoga

“I use a technique called Sankalpa, which means resolve,” said Mr Sausys, who recently shared his techniques with Age Concern and Friends of Hospice staff.

Monday, November 16

Age Concern: No Mention Of Health Insurance

Age Concern gives Government a ‘pass’ for the initiatives outlined in the Throne Speech but….....

Saturday, November 14

Age Concern: no resources for care plan

Bermuda does not have the infrastructure to support people requiring long-term care in a community setting, according to Claudette Fleming.

Saturday, November 14

Moves to help elderly ‘ignore major issues’

Plans to galvanise laws protecting the elderly and vulnerable have been welcomed.

Thursday, November 12

Age Concern in Throne Speech plea

Age Concern has called on the Bermuda Government to show that it is in touch with the Island’s social issues as it prepares to deliver its fourth Throne Speech

Monday, November 02

Age Concern: premiums ‘deeply troubling’

Age Concern remains “deeply concerned” that seniors in Bermuda will not be able to afford health insurance in the future due to the rising cost of premiums.