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Age UK's vision is for a world where everyone can love later life. We do this by inspiring, supporting and enabling in a number of ways:

Information and advice

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Campaigns and research

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The work and support we provide at Age UK covers a number of different services, including:

All Age UKs provide local help and support. Find your nearest one

Commercial products

Most of us want to remain independent - living in our own home for as long as possible, and keeping doing the things in life that we love the most.

Our products and services are tailored to the needs of people in later life. We offer travel, motor and home insurance; funeral plans,  and aids for the home, such as stairlifts and personal alarms.

Age International

Age UK's sister charity helps older people to live with dignity in some of the world's poorest countries.

Learn about Age International's work


'It's been so good to be able to help friends'

Rob explains how his own knowledge of Age UK has meant he can help friends with their own older, vulnerable relatives

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The Disconnected Mind project

The Disconnected Mind is a research project that aims to discover how our thinking skills change with age, and what we can do to protect our cognitive health in later life. The project is funded by Age UK.

Find out more about The Disconnected Mind

Age is a number not a barrier. I look forward to embracing new challenges each day.

For more information about our work, download our most recent Annual Review. Alternatively, read Age UK’s Report of Trustees and Annual Accounts for 2015/16.

Annual Review: #ProudtoBeAgeUK 2015/16 (PDF 1 MB)

Report of Trustees and Annual Accounts 2015/16 (PDF 1 MB)

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Further information

For more information: Call Age UK on 0800 169 8787

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