Health and Well-Being


We will not be providing face-to-face advice or training for the foreseeable future. We will contact existing advice clients by phone. Our staff will continue to support our members and can be reached via telephone and email as usual.

We are working hard to move our training, where possible, to digital. For any queries, please contact our training team at [email protected]

We can only provide advice to people living in Northern Ireland. 

Helpline contact details:

Welfare Changes ring 0808 802 0020 or email [email protected]
Tax & Benefits ring 0800 988 2377 or email [email protected]
Business Debt ring 0800 083 8018 or email [email protected]
Debt Action ring 0800 028 1881 or email [email protected]
EU Settlement Scheme ring 0800 138 6545 or email [email protected]
For Historical Institutional Abuse advice and support call 02890 645919 email [email protected]


Maintaining our health and well-being, particularly in old age when we are more susceptible to ailments, is extremely important.

Tennis keeps this lady fit and happy.It is therefore imperative that you look after yourself, keep active and adopt a healthy attitude because these are the ingredients for greater fulfilment and positive ageing.

Here we will help you to improve your energy levels, eat sensibly and drink sensibly

One of the key aspects of maintaining your well-being is to have a positive outlook so that you can enjoy life to the full. The feeling of isolation or social exclusion is detrimental to your health so you have to combat loneliness. The whole point of this website is to help you connect online, find the information you need and enjoy new friendships or experiences.

Another objective of Rights 4 Seniors is to highlight the great contribution that older people make to our society and the life that you are entitled to enjoy. You can volunteer and give even more to your community.  You can join groups to further your education or just have fun learning.

There will be opportunities for you to gain new skills, volunteer to keep yourself active or even befriend those who are less well off. In fact, even by connecting online you are helping to keep feelings of isolation at bay.

Related Information

For general interest as well as information specific to Belfast council areas, visit Seniors Info, Directory of Information for Older People. An absolute must-read!