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Urgent appeal for older survivors of Cyclone Idai

A tropical cyclone has caused unthinkable devastation in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. The next 48 hours are critical. Please help older people survive the aftermath.

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Roy sitting on his own and staring behind the camera

Rose and Sarah met through Age UK befriending

"In the winter they're very long, lonely nights," says Rose. "I started looking for friends and that's how I was introduced to Sarah."

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Wendy Mitchell: life with dementia

Wendy Mitchell was diagnosed with Alzheimer's aged 58. She talks about learning to deal with her diagnosis and how her daughters have helped her along the way.

What makes you happy?

From building a routine to eating good food, we want to know what makes you happy this International Day of Happiness.

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