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Older man in garden using phone

Millions of over 55s not using internet risk being locked out of essential services and online benefits

Our report calls for new approaches to ‘digital inclusion’, and for business, the public sector and charities to make sure the most vulnerable don’t miss out.

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London is set to join the World Health Organisation’s Global Network of Age-friendly Cities and Communities.

Older woman sitting on a park bench

One in three children born in the UK today can expect to live to 100 – presenting challenges and opportunities to innovate.

We want more people aged 50 years and over to be in fulfilling work that supports a good later life.

We want more people in later life to take up opportunities to contribute their skills, knowledge and experience to their communities.

We want more people in later life to be able to get what they need and want from the internet.

We want more people to be more physically active in later life.

We want more people to live in homes and neighbourhoods that support a good later life.

We want more people to successfully manage the major changes that occur in later life.

We want more people to live in age-friendly communities.

We want more people to live in age-friendly communities.

We partnered with Ipsos MORI to undertake a major social research project exploring people’s wellbeing in later life.