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Browse publications, including reports and infographics, on each of our four priorities and other areas of work.

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We want more people in later life to contribute their skills, knowledge and experience to their communities.

We are focusing on finding new solutions, starting offline rather than online, that help people use digital technology in the ways that they want to.

Home is where most people want to be in later life and 80% of homeowners aged 65 and over wish to stay where they are. Homes are important for health and wellbeing – home adaptations can delay a move into residential care by four years.

We want more people to be more physically active in later life. Maintaining and improving muscle strength and balance can help people in later life live independently and reduce the risk of falls.

An overview of our work over the past year, as well as setting out future plans for achieving its vision of a society where everybody enjoys a good later life.

Use this guide for seven practical steps to getting Take a seat started in your local area.

The next government has an opportunity to address the challenges and seize the opportunities of an ageing population, to ensure everyone enjoys a good later life.

A report published by the Centre for Ageing Better and the Resolution Foundation which identifies characteristics and incomes of low to middle income households age 50 to state pension age.

We brought together people across the health, care and housing sectors to develop joint solutions to enable people to live independently for longer and alleviate pressure on the NHS and social care.