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This analysis of the most recent data from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing, carried out by the Centre for Ageing Better, shows attitudes about ageing taken from a sample of more than 6,000 people aged 50 and over in England.

Ageing Better commissioned participatory research into community contributions in later life to better understand how older people currently contribute to and are supported by their communities.

This review of community contributions in later life calls on charities, voluntary organisations and the public sector to do more to support and sustain the good will and effort of older volunteers.

This report identifies the elements of high-quality and innovative practice in the provision of home adaptations for older people. It highlights practical examples of local areas that are organising and delivering adaptations effectively.

An exploration of what large employers are doing to support employees in their mid-life through to retirement, the delivery of interventions and the business context that led to interventions.

Showcasing four case studies, this report outlines the response to the recommendation to introduce a ‘mid-life MOT’ in John Cridland’s independent review of state pension age.

Summarising the findings of a scoping review on planning and preparing for later life, this report outlines the key enablers and barriers that people in mid-life face and the implications for both government and providers of services and information.

The older workforce is already a reality. This guide sets out five simple actions that employers can take now to improve the way they recruit, support and retain older workers.

We are living longer than ever before. Someone aged 65 today can expect to live to 85, nearly ten years longer than their parents’ generation.