Age needs one voice. Now it has:
Age UK is the new force combining Age Concern England and
Help the Aged in England.
We all want to stay in our homes for as long as we can, so it's important to look at things you can do and equipment to install to help you do to keep independent for as long as possible.
10 types of equipment to make home life easier
If you're a local authority-funded care home resident, we can help explain what rights you have when choosing which home you live in.
Financial expert, Jasmine Birtles will be telling Nadine how we could be saving money around the home – and it might be starting with that Spring Clean we have been putting off!
More home and care features
The amount that social services departments pay towards care on your behalf varies depending on your local authority, although there are minimum requirements.
If you're a carer, it's important to know your rights. Making time for yourself is crucial for your health and wellbeing.
Our vision is for all older people to be able to access the help they need to stay well and independent and to live in suitable housing, in age-friendly neighbourhoods, for as long as they want.
Why is the social care system in crisis? What is Age UK doing to help?
We are grateful for the generous support of Dr Naim Dangoor CBE and The Exilarch's Foundation
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