Priority actions for better later lives
News | Ageing Better | 11 May 2017
The government has an opportunity to address the challenges and seize the opportunities of an ageing population, to ensure everyone enjoys a good later life.
The 'forgotten fifties'
News | Ageing Better | 2 May 2017
A new report from the Centre for Ageing Better and the Resolution Foundation, 'A mid-life less ordinary?' identifies characteristics and incomes of low to middle income households age 50 to State Pension age. It highlights that the recent pay squeeze has left many of Britain’s 1.8 million older low and middle income households struggling to save for retirement, despite enjoying strong employment growth over the last 20 years.
Centre for Ageing Better launches new project to support more people to get the most out of digital
News | Ageing Better | 12 April 2017
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.
The Centre for Ageing Better responds to the Cridland Review of the State Pension age
News | Ageing Better | 23 March 2017
Since the start of the Review in March 2016, John Cridland and his Independent Review Team have been gathering evidence and talking to stakeholders and the public across the United Kingdom. The Centre for Ageing Better has been an active voice throughout and has provided detailed advice and submissions. Here we issue our response to the final report