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This research highlights a need for a fundamental re-think of digital inclusion policy and practice for people in later life.

Research shows that employers are not properly supporting older workers experiencing long-term physical and mental health conditions.

We are living longer and working longer. While an ageing society contributes to pressures on public finances, it also creates new opportunities to rebalance the fiscal equation.

We commissioned a scoping review of the evidence on the nature of inequalities in later life in England, and presented some of the key findings in the form of infographics.

This report sets out the key insights from the Inequalities in later life review and Ageing Better’s view on their implications.

We commissioned a review of the evidence on the nature of inequalities in later life, with a focus on six key areas.

This report summarises the findings of a systematic review of the best recent scientific evidence on how home adaptations can contribute to improving later lives.

The review aims to provide evidence to make the case for the importance and effectiveness of adaptations, primarily to influence policy-makers at national and local levels, practitioners and local commissioners.

This report from the Centre for Ageing Better calls for a radical rethink to tackle chronic worklessness experienced by the over 50s, with data showing this age group experience an ‘unemployment trap'.