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  • Valuing an Ageing Workforce

    COPNI report reveals that the economy in Northern Ireland could be increased by £2.3billion by 2037 if the number of older people in the workforce increases.




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  • Residents must not be pawns in the endgame of changing services for older people

    The Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland, Claire Keatinge, has said that the views of residents must be at the centre of any proposed closure of statutory residential homes.

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  • Commissioner lends her support to the Make the Call Campaign

    The Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland, Claire Keatinge, was in attendance at the Pensions Centre in Derry~Londonderry to commend the Make the Call team on the success of their recent Benefit Uptake Programme.

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COPNI

Commissioner: “Spending and planning for the needs of older people must be a priority for Northern Ireland.”

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COPNI

Commissioner Claire Keatinge on @Talkback now asking for clarification from Health Minister on new admissions to stat residential homes.

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COPNI

Commissioner calls for clarity from Minister on future of residential care

by COPNI

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