The Centre for Ageing Better has been an active voice throughout John Cridland’s review of State Pension age and has provided detailed advice and submissions. Here we issue our response to the final report.Read more
The Centre for Ageing Better has awarded a grant to Good Things Foundation for new research with people in later life around digital technology. Helping people in later life to get online in the ways that they want will help them access information, advice and services more easily and cheaply, as well as connecting with people and activities that matter to them.
Older people need to get into the digital world. Business needs us there, so does government, and health care too is moving on line. And the potential for digital technology to change the social lives of lonely older people is enormous.
By 2024, there will be 18 million people aged 60 and over – 3.1 million more than today. More than one in four of us will be over 60.
Explore the interactive version of our report: a mixed methods research study designed to understand the barriers and enablers to a good later life…
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