Tag Archives: Age UK

Living with frailty – Independence and control

In the third in a series of blogs on the experience of living with frailty, we discuss research findings on how people manage everyday tasks and their desire to retain independence and control.

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Ageing policy in 2013/14 – curate’s egg or turning point?

DorothyAge UK has just published its annual overview of how public policy is meeting the needs of our ageing population, Agenda for later life 2014. It reveals that the answer is a bit of a curate’s egg: parts of it are excellent, my lord. Continue reading

Acknowledging frailty

In the second in a series of blog posts on the experience of living with frailty, we discuss research findings on how people acknowledge and adjust to changes in their health and capacity.

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New plans for private pensions – Age UK’s response

Scrabble pieces spelling the work 'pension'

In March, the Chancellor announced some dramatic changes to the rules on how people can access their pension pots from defined contribution schemes in his budget.  Age UK has just submitted its response to the Government’s formal consultation.

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