Age Concern Hampshire’s Information and Advice service offers independent, impartial and confidential support to over 50s, their friends, family and carers and includes a Freephone Information and Advice Line (0800 328 7154) staffed by highly trained volunteer advisors. We offer drop-in appointments for people who prefer talking with someone face-to-face and a home visiting service is also available.

Age Concern Hampshire works closely with Hampshire County Council to run 13 Day Care Centres which provide stimulating activities, freshly-cooked food and personal care to over 1,000 people per week. Centre contact details

A typical day might include choices of exercise classes, art and craft, singing and card games and quizzes. Many of our Day Care Centres also offer hairdressing, bathing and beauty treatments as well as a regular foot care service. Age Concern Hampshire's Foot Care service is also on offer at health centres, doctors' surgeries and community centres throughout the county. A home visiting service is now on offer in many areas.

Weekly exercise classes, computer training and craft are available at our Activity Centres which provide over-50s with a social hub for get-togethers during the week.

For those in rural areas, our Village Agent scheme directs people to the information they need on issues such as day care, transport for shopping and medical appointments, finding reputable tradespeople and help around the home. Meals on Wheels customers can benefit from our Food and Friendship service which provides company from a volunteer at meal across the county.

Find out how to use the internet to bank, shop and book tickets and holidays online, keep in touch with friends and relatives and catch up on TV or radio programme at Age Concern Hampshire's Computer Centres which are part of Hampshire County Council’s adult learning provision and were rated of ‘exceptionally high quality’ by inspectors.

If you have dementia or are caring for someone who does our Dementia Support services include useful information on help which is available locally as well as details of schemes which support carers.

To download our Services Booklet, Click Here.