For Later Life

plenary conference

For Later Life: transforming services for a better and longer life will take place on Tuesday, 1 July 2014 at Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London.

Age UK's For Later Life conference will bring together leading service providers, thinkers and policy makers to discuss the challenges and the opportunities brought about by our rapidly ageing society.

Keynote: Future-proofing the NHS - challenges and opportunities

  • Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England

Chaired by:

  • Martyn Lewis CBE (Chair, National Council for Voluntary Organisations)

Speakers include:

  • Steve Webb MP (Minister of State for Pensions)
  • Liz Kendall MP (Shadow Minister for Care and Older People)
  • Dr Charles Alessi (Chairman, National Association of Primary Care)

Book your place

To receive information about For Later Life, please email or call 0203 033 1725.

Download the opens link in new window Conference programme (PDF 175 KB)

What last years attendees had to say...

'The whole day was time well spent. I feel much better informed as a result of the programme'

John Welham, Vice-Chair, Future Years - The Regional Forum on Ageing for Yorkshire & Humber

'Excellent, relevant conference. Superb value – enabling as many to attend as possible. Great support and communication throughout.'

Chris Rose, Customer Marketing Manager, Guide Dogs

'The event gave incredible insight into the many challenges that older people continue to face as well as the fantastic initiatives that the charity is involved in. A well organised, varied and thought provoking conference.'

George Aldworth, Business Development Executive, AGEAS Insurance

'Excellent organisation – one of the best I have been to in a long time.'

Project Manager, Portsmouth City Council

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