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Poorest hit hardest by pandemic, according to new figures

The pandemic has had the worst impact on those who are struggling financially, including on their physical and emotional health, financial security, and relationships.

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We are sorry to announce that Dr Anna Dixon MBE will be leaving the Centre for Ageing Better in June following her success in starting up the organisation and leading it over the last five and a half years.
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New figures show that over a third of over 55s have seen their strength decline since the COVID-19 outbreak, and nearly 40% are doing less exercise than last year.
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The United Nations have released their 'Global report on ageism' with recommendations to invest in evidence-based strategies to tackle ageism, and the use of data and research to improve understanding.
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The Centre for Ageing Better has launched a free library of positive and realistic images of people aged 50 and over.
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This online, interactive report captures a snapshot of how people in the UK are ageing today, while looking at past trends and our prospects if action isn't taken.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact us all, Ageing Better remains as committed as ever to its mission of improving later lives.

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Join the Centre for Ageing Better, the OECD, employers and thought leaders to explore how we can maximise the benefits of multi-generational workforces as the economy recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Join this webinar to explore the challenges and opportunities for people ageing in rural and coastal places, the impact of the pandemic on rural communities and the action required to support their recovery.
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How can we identify and support people whose health is being affected by poor housing to access funds to repair and improve their homes?
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In this webinar we presented the findings of our research on work, health, housing and communities, which looked at the impact of COVID-19 on people aged 50-70.