Age Care Mijas
Who Are We?
Age Care Association is a fully registered, non-profit making organisation, REGISTRO de ASOCIACIONES de ANDALUCIA NO. 6282 I.D. FISCAL G 92487602. Established in November 2003 by 9 founding members to support the over 65 English speaking community of Mijas Costa.
Who Are We?
Age Care Association is an established and well respected local charitable organisation with a track record of many years, ensuring that the English speaking older community feel supported in all aspects of their lives. Through the work that Age Care have done locally for many years we are able to access support from all local and charitable organizations and we work closely with our local Foreigners Departments at the various Town Halls as well as the British Consulate in Malaga.
Age Care Association is a fully registered, non-profit making organization, REGISTRO de ASOCIACIONES de ANDALUCIA NO. 6282 I.D. FISCAL G 92487602. Established in November 2003 by 9 founding members to support the over 65 English speaking community of Mijas Costa.
Staffed solely by volunteers who are dedicated to giving back to the community and ensuring that our members are supported in every aspect of their lives.
To provide friendship, support, social activities and encouragement to the older community helping them to live a full and active life.
Our team of dedicated volunteers offers our clients integrity, professionalism and sincerity, motivated by the positive impact that we have on our members lives by offering the following:
- Weekly and bi-weekly social get togethers and activities
- Transportation to Hospital and Doctor appointments
- Access to translators
- Assistance with local authorities and applications for support
- Access to qualified nurses in your own language
- Grieving Support Group
- Free support advice line
Our activities include: Chair Aerobics, Spanish Classes, Art Classes, Concerts and Interactive Games to keep the mind active.
Social Get Togethers
Our regular social get togethers are in
- Calahonda – Club Naranja, Calle Malaga, Calahonda every Tuesday and Thursday from 10.15-12.15.
- Coin – Coin Carvery, opposite La Trocha Centre every Thursday 11am – 1pm
- Alhaurin el Grande – Alhaurin Golf Clubhouse every Thursday 11am – 1pm
- Fuengirola – Age Care Day Centre behind the Salon Varieties Theatre every Wednesday 11-12.30.
- Los Boliches – Cafetería El Capricho every Friday 11-12.30.
- Benalmádena – Cafe Marco, Avenida Constitución (next to Ale Hop), Arroyo de la Miel, 11.00-1.00 every Tuesday.
Each area has a dedicated Welfare officer.
Free Advice Line
Our free Advice Line can be accessed by calling
635 407 255
675 874 308
7 days a week for free advice or support when needed.
648 789 845 during shop hours only
Age Care Association charity shop is located in El Zoco, Calahonda, Mijas Costa and our opening hours are Monday-Friday 10am-4pm.
An Aladdin’s Cave of treasures kindly donated and on sale at very reasonable prices as well as a dedicated book shop with an extensive collection that will cater for all tastes.
Donations are gratefully accepted during opening hours only and must be clean and in good condition.
Alzheimers & Dementia Support Group
Run in conjunction with a local and well respected Healthcare provider. The purpose of the group is to provide support to the carers and loved ones of those who are caring for someone with Dementia or Alzheimer’s.
We facilitate a carers support group enabling the carers to unburden themselves with people who truly understand the journey they are on, as well as activities for the dementia / alzheimers sufferers.
In addition, we also help the carers to access support from various government departments as well as raising funds to facilitate respite care for the carers.
Our ethos is simple: To create a supportive and nurturing environment which is safe and proactive in ensuring you never feel alone on your dementia journey.
We meet the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month in Calahonda at Club Naranja,Calle Malaga, 11am to 1pm.
We have a wonderful team of volunteers on hand at each meeting including Nurses, a Therapist, and Lawyers as well as those who provide activities suitable for all stages of dementia.