Centre for Ageing Better
12 Dec 2018
The King's Fund
11-13 Cavendish Square
This is the fourth event in our Breakfast event series to discuss and debate the topic of ageing. We want this series to bring together a wide range of people who are interested in the big issues related to ageing to raise the debate and start talking about ageing in a productive way.
People in their 40s, 50s and 60s can expect on average to live into their 80s and beyond. By 2026, there will be almost 2 million people aged 85 and over, an increase of nearly 25% from 2016. So what does this mean?
In this breakfast debate we discussed what the business opportunities are and what needs to change to enable people in mid-life to age well and remain productive members of society in later life. We explored:
We are delighted that Caroline Dinenage, Minister of State for Care at the Department of Health and Social Care, gave the keynote address at this event.
The event was live-streamed on our YouTube channel from 9:00am on 24 October 2018.