Senior Citizen & Family Carer Essential Guidebook 2020
Huge resource of information for older people and family carers, covering lifestyle, health and wellbeing, diet and nutrition, and more.
Senior Emergency Kit
Document you can use to keep all of your loved one’s information on, Important Contact Information, Medication, Allergies, Doctor Visits and other resources in one handy place.
Activities for the mind, body and soul
A host of good ideas to keep your loved ones spirits high, especially if they are isolated. Note – some suggestions such as visits to the cinema are not available during Covid-19.
Beat the Break
Now, more than ever, we need to do everything possible to ensure older people avoid unnecessary hospital visits. Our ‘Beat the Break’ booklet is a guide to osteoperosis, healthy bones and fall prevention.
Running on empty – caring for the carer
Family carers who provide such invaluable care for their loved ones may be experiencing increased emotional and physical stress at this time. Our free booklet contains tips and advice on how you can reduce this stress.
5 tips for family carers during Covid-19
These five tips are particularly useful for family carers who are looking after loved ones in the face of Covid-19.
ALONE is taking calls from concerned older people through their COVID-19 support line.
“The WHO advises us to be SMART and inform ourselves about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and to be kind and support one another. This support line provides additional information supports for older people who may have concerns or support needs; it is led by our voluntary sector who provide invaluable work with communities; and is working as part of our co-ordinated national response to COVID-19,” says Sean Moynihan, CEO of ALONE.
Contact ALONE on 0818 222 024 if you have concerns about your own wellbeing, or the wellbeing of an older person you know. Further information can be found on www.alone.ie.
Family Carers Ireland
Covid Community Response
Covid Community Response is a national support helpline for individuals and organisations seeking assistance from their local community during the Covid-19 pandemic. Members of the public seeking assistance can now do so via text (086 180 0256) or phone call (021 237 7809).