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Joyce and Evelyn, Age-friendly Nottingham

Our response to the Prime Minister's call to ensure that five more years of people’s lives will be healthy, independent and active by 2035

The Government’s commitment to increasing people’s quality of life in older age, and reducing the scandalous gap in healthy life expectancy between the richest and poorest in our society, is hugely welcome.

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Join us and our panel as we discuss how society should respond to the issue of digital exclusion in later life, now and in the future.

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Duncan Selbie, CEO at Public Health England, reflects on the role of public health bodies in supporting more people in later life to contribute to their communities.

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.