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Discover the latest news and views on age and ageing – from analysis of what's hitting the headlines, to the big issues affecting older people.

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Howard Jacobson

Live a little with Howard Jacobson


The author discusses his new novel Live a Little, his enjoyment of ageing, and the things we get better at with age.

The future for social care


Age UK's Charity Director examines Boris Johnson's early comments on the future of social care, and what they signify.

Intergenerational puppetry

Intergenerational puppetry


Puppetry is bringing together younger and older people to be creative and form friendships at Age UK Tunbridge Wells.

Keith Oliver, author of Dear Dementia, smiles at the camera with a green garden and wild flowers behind him

Keith's story: writing with dementia


Keith Oliver has lived with dementia for 8 years, but every day finds a reason to be positive. He tells us his story.

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Staying safe from scams


Age UK is working with older people to ensure they have the tools to stay safe from scammers.

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Last updated: Sep 23 2019

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