Age UK Manchester is an independent charity working with and for older people across Manchester.
Like many other local Age UKs, our roots can be traced back to an "older people's welfare committee". In our case the charity was part of the then Manchester and Salford Council for Voluntary Service, and in January 1976 the first separate charity called "Age Concern Manchester" was established.
There are three centres that provide Age UK Manchester's home care and day care in Manchester. In the North at Openshaw Resource Centre, centrally at Gorton Day Centre, and at Crossacres Resource Centre in Wythenshawe. We provide information, advice and support to older people with higher support needs, to their families, their carers and to fellow professionals.
Although the home care and day care services are available separately, the purpose of the service is to provide the support network that will make it possible for older people to live longer in their own homes. It is possible to combine home care and day care as a co-ordinated package where required.
Our Advice Service offers information, advice and support to people aged 60 or over in the Manchester area on a wide range of issues. We also welcome enquiries from carers, family members or friends of older people who may need some support.
Working from our City Centre offices, our friendly, professional and fully trained Advice Team are able to offer support which is tailored to the needs of local older people. We ensure that all older people contacting our services are offered a holistic assessment which looks to identify any help which they may need with their benefit entitlement, looking after their home or adapting their home to meet their needs. All advice offered is free and confidential.
We are funded from a wide range of sources but the need for our work is growing and there is never enough to do all that we would want, so please join the Age UK Manchester Lottery and help us do more.
How it works
The Lottery results are calculated using the temperatures from selected destinations around Europe on a particular day each week.
Players are assigned 6 numbers when registering, that are then checked against the last 6 digits of temperatures in Fahrenheit that are published in the Daily Mail on the day of the draw.
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