Elderly care

  • Age UK

    Age UK is the country’s largest charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life. They believe in a world where everyone can love later life and we work every day to achieve this.

    0800 055 6112

  • Alzheimer’s Society

    Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia charity. They campaign for change, fund research to find a cure and support people living with dementia today.

    Facebook: @alzheimerssocietyuk

    Twitter: @alzheimerssoc

    Telephone: 0333 150 3456

  • Central Falls Service

    The community falls service comprises three nursing sisters and two staff nurses experienced in care of the elderly and in assessing the needs of people who have fallen.

    Telephone: 0161 226 0101

  • Chorlton Good Neighbours

    For older men, for older women! A group with services and activities that may be for you: coffee mornings linked to community nurse clinics, visits to you at home, trips, snooker, gardening.

  • Dementia Research

    Join other people trying to help and find out more about dementia!

  • Dementia UK

    Dementia UK offers specialist one to one support and expert advice for people living with dementia.

    0800 888 6678


  • Eldergym Senior Fitness

    Useful exercises with videos for keeping strong in old age.

  • People First

    Offers a support service for people in Manchester who have issues around mental health, elderly people who are showing early signs of dementia and people at risk of becoming socially isolated.

  • Re-Engage

    At Re-engage (formerly Contact the Elderly), we work within your local community to set up regular social gatherings for small groups of people over 75, on their own, and hoping to find new ways to get out and about that suit them at this time of life.

     0800 716543


  • Silver Line

    Free phone support for older people, 24 hours a day.

    Telephone: 0800 4 70 80 90

  • South Manchester U3A

    U3A (The University of the Third Age) is a UK-wide movement which brings together people in their ‘third age’ to develop their interests and continue their learning in a friendly and informal environment.