Summerhill Services Centre
The Third Age National Centre in Summerhill is open with limited capacity.
We have resumed our full set of activities and services – from dancing to Audiology. There's something for everyone and new members are always welcome.
To find out more or to get more information on how you can get involved.
Contact us between 9am - 5pm on (046) 955 8231 or email@example.com
Movie Morning (RETURNING SOON)
Reflexology therapist available by appointment.
Chaerobics with Lisa from 10 am to 11 am.
Bingo takes place from 2 pm
€10 per book
Line dancing will resume on Wednesday, 5th October
The knitting group meets weekly from 2 pm to 4 pm in Third Age Centre on Wednesdays. New members are always welcome.
Movement to Music
Get moving at 10.30 am in the Third Age Centre.
Confidential Counselling Service
Confidential Counselling Service available by appointment.
The Counselor is providing an opportunity for you to find some resolution to your problems by offering psychotherapy and confidential counseling services in a safe and comfortable environment. There is a small charge for this service and it is by appointment only.
Audiologist Peter Burke is available for free hearing tests in the Third Age Centre on the first and the third Friday of the month
Ear wax removal by microsuction is also available at €60
Chiropody takes place on the last Friday of every month from 9am to 4pm. Cost €30.
The Third Age bus
The rural nature of our community, lack of local transport, the age and health status of many of our members can increase the reality of social isolation and exclusion. In this context, the Third Age Bus is a vital link. Our bus can accommodate up to eight passengers. To book, telephone (046) 955 8231 between 9am – 5pm
Third Age acts as a drop in centre, where members can call in at any time. Tea, coffee, biscuits and company are always available. Located in the Primary Care Centre and beside the GP surgery, members who attend appointments fasting are welcome to call in afterwards for breakfast.
Third Age operates a book, CD and video library for members. Many of our books have been donated by the County Library in Trim and we thank them for this service.
Seniors Alert Scheme
The Seniors Alert Scheme provides funding for a free personal monitored alarm for people aged 65 and older and of limited means. The scheme is intended to support older people to live securely and independently in their homes.
All equipment and installation under the scheme is free. The alarm monitoring service is free for the first year. After the first year, you will be asked to pay the annual monitoring fee.
To find out more, Contact us between 9am - 5pm on (046) 955 8231 or firstname.lastname@example.org