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The Centre for Ageing Better has launched a free library of positive and realistic images of people aged 50 and over.
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Our flagship report gives a snapshot of ageing today and in the future, focusing on our priority areas of work, housing, health and communities and how they affect people's lives.
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Poor health, unsafe housing, financial inequalities and a lack of social connections have exacerbated the impact of coronavirus across the country, according to our report.
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This report looks at the language used by government, the media and social media, advertising and ageing-focused charities in relation to the topics of age, ageing and demographic change.
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Jen and Hel

Jen's voice

Attitudes to sexuality have changed a great deal in Jen's lifetime - from her childhood in rural Scotland to her involvement with Opening Doors London today.
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We've released a suite of icons, freely available for public use, as alternatives to symbols commonly used to represent ageing and older people.
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For too long ageing and those approaching later life have been depicted in a negative light, with imagery and language used to show them as frail and vulnerable. That's why we created our free image library.
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A recent report found that the government is set to miss its target to give everyone five more years of healthy life by 2030, and to reduce health inequalities between the richest and poorest.
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