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Active Retirement IrelandSUPPORTING, EMPOWERING AND ADVOCATING

Active Retirement Ireland is a national network of groups that stand up for older people, empower them and support them to get the most from their retirement.

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NEWS & EVENTS


Sep 06, 2017:

Thinking Ahead a FREE Event to Help People Plan for the Future

Castle Homecare, the Irish-owned and managed home care services provider for older people, has paired with broadcaster Brendan Courtney to... READ MORE

Aug 25, 2017:

Active Retirement Ireland slams mandatory Public Services Card comments

The country’s largest community-based older people’s organisation, Active Retirement Ireland (ARI), has today (25.08.2017)... READ MORE

Jul 20, 2017:

Active Retirement Ireland calls on Minister to \'Stop Playing Games\' With...

Active Retirement Ireland (ARI), the country’s largest older people’s organisation, has today called on Social Protection... READ MORE

Having Fun is a serious matter


We’re not joking when we say that fun is deadly serious. Happiness helps fight depression and ill health.


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Sep 05, 2017:

Ballindine and Irishtown...

By Maura MullarkeyTo mark the ESB's 90th anniversary, Ballindine/Irishtown/Milltown Active Retirement Association visited Ireland's greatest engineering developments at Ardnacrusha, Co. Clare.  Members... READ MORE

Aug 16, 2017:

Hearing Loss And Dementia:...

Hearing Loss And Dementia: Understanding The Connection - Guest Blog with Hidden HearingDid you know that hearing loss and dementia are linked? Extensive research tells us that people with hearing loss have a... READ MORE

Jul 25, 2017:

Real Life Superheroes Wanted

Nominations have opened for the 2017 Hidden Hearing Heroes Awards, honouring ordinary people for their contribution to Irish society, to their community, workplace or family, or for their sporting or charity... READ MORE