Ageing Well - Older Adults
Getting older shouldn’t stop you enjoying life and through our Ageing Well programme for over 50s, we can help you do just that.
Whether you’re looking to make new friends, learn something new, or stay fit and healthy through trying out different exercise classes, Ageing Well has something to offer!
Listed are examples of our current activities.
As well as offering a wide range of activity sessions for you to get involved in, we also deliver a health & wellbeing forum and one-to-one support to provide an open space for you to discuss issues relating to health with our Health & Wellbeing Worker and other local people.
Click through to view a full timetable across our three centres in Birmingham.
Creative Art Sessions
Run by a volunteer who is a mature student currently completing her Degree in Art and the Ageing Well members themselves, these weekly sessions are for all budding artists if you want learn how to draw or paint!
Combining breathing exercises and gentle motions, Tai Chi offers a gentle form of exercise which can improve strength, balance and flexibility and aids relaxation.
Our weekly dog training session in Kingstanding.
Coffee and Chatter
Meet new people in your local community with this weekly sociable session.
Meet with other avid book readers at our Aston Centre to talk about your favourites and share recommendations.
Sing-along with our community choir every Thursday afternoon! Our Community Choir is led by our experienced Constructor, and provides the opportunity for you to join in for your favourite songs and new tunes every Thursday afternoon!
If you would like to get involved in our range of activities and more, please contact Shantel at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We also have an over 50s befriending telephone line set up, so if you or someone you know would benefit from a chat with our friendly Ageing Well Caseworker, please get in touch with Adele on 07710 856 186