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Stigmatising and ‘clinical’ products put people off making vital changes to keep their homes safe

Research shows people are delaying making vital changes to homes because of the clinical and stigmatising appearance of products like handrails and ramps.

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Read our response to the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) report - 'Living the Future Life - the implications of a longer life'.

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We are calling on UK employers to ensure they have more age-friendly employment policies and practices, as a survey published today suggests thousands of organisations are unprepared for an ageing workforce.

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.