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This year's Future of Ageing Conference will play host to 10 different panel debates covering everything from automating care, ageism, innovation in housing and the end of life.

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Researchers from the London School of Economics and Political Science, Southampton University, Newcastle University, Sussex University and the ILC-UK are carrying out a 4-year study that will

Electrical Safety First is urging the Government to put an end to poor quality housing after its report, released today, concludes that one million people aged over 75 currently live in non-decent

The social stigma which surrounds dementia is impeding early diagnosis, care and research into the disease, according to a new report by thr ILC-UK

The report, New perspectives and approaches to

A Provocation launched today explores potential savings to the state if we were able to intervene successfully on the risk factors that cause dementia- these include physical activity, smoking,

ILC Global Alliance calls for a global response to dementia

The projected global increase in the incidence of dementia, from 35.6 million cases in 2010 to 115.4 million by 2050[1], requires an

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Go to http://ilc-uk.coverpage.coveritlive.com for live text and audio updates from the ILC-UK and Actuarial Profession Joint Debate: 'Future

A report launched today by the leading Think Tank, International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) reveals that the dementia research agenda in most EU countries remains critically under-funded

 

With 700,000 people in the UK living with dementia and with the numbers forecast to double within a generation, the report argues all European governments including the UK need to invest

 

The International Longevity Centre UK was commissioned to write a report for the Department of Health, who jointly hosted the summit with the Medical Research Council. Over 140 leading

Publications

The Ready for Ageing Alliance assess the Government's response to our rapidly ageing society and finds the UK is still not ready.

This report demonstrates that a failure to prevent, diagnose, and treat depression, diabetes and urinary tract infections in people with dementia could be costing the UK’s health and social

This report reveals that the current housing stock is putting vulnerable people at risk, and is not fit to allow people to age safely in their own homes, with those living in low-income households

Dehydration is an unnecessary and potentially dangerous state for those experiencing it.

This new compendium of essays examines the social stigma which surrounds dementia, highlighting that stigma is impending early diagnosis, care and research into the disease.

The Ready for Ageing Alliance has launched its manifesto for action, ‘Getting Ready for Ageing’.

This report highlights how we can do more to prevent dementia, save lives and reduce avoidable costs.

We all know that people are living longer but how is that changing our society?

ILC-UK calls for a gendered approach and response to dementia

This report highlights the omission of ageing and of Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias from the current focus of the UN High-Level Meeting on Non-Communicable Diseases, taking

Sexuality, intimacy, sexual behaviour and dementia in care homes

A new report launched today by ILC-UK, highlights the growing cost of dementia and posits that with the predicted rise in the number of people with dementia, the current level of investment into

The report reveals that the dementia research agenda in most EU countries remains critically under-funded and under-valued.

This policy brief aims to stimulate debate and drive improvements in dementia research, diagnosis, treatment and care by identifying key priorities for action at the Member State and EU level.

This report summarises the presentations, discussions and ideas which emerged from the Ministerial Dementia Research Summit held in July 2009 at the Royal Society in London.

A research report formed from an expert roundtable discussion and dinner on 'Recent Progress & Innovation in Dementia, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care' held in June 2009 in the House of

A report promoting an intergenerational approach to dementia.

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The costs associated with dementia now total one per cent of global GDP, at a worldwide cost of £388bn. With an ageing population the costs are set to soar further, based only on predicted

The costs associated with dementia now total one per cent of global GDP, at a worldwide cost of £388bn. With an ageing population the costs are set to soar further, based only on predicted