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News

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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The Future of Transport in an Ageing Society, a new report by thinktank The International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) and charity Age-UK, highlights the travel problems faced by millions

ILC-UK backs use of technology to improve road safety and reduce the cost of motor insurance

Responding to announcements by Tom Tom (1) and the AA (2) about the use of smart technology for the

 

Driving into the sunset years - one in four call for older drivers to hang up keys five years early

Almost one in four (24%) Brits – equivalent to 11.9 million consumers –

Allow older drivers to voluntarily restrict their driving licences, argues International Longevity Centre-UK.

There is a clear need for policy-makers to consider the implications of an ageing

A ‘whole of life’ approach is necessary to ensure people of all ages regularly self-assess their fitness to drive

Currently most people only seriously re-consider their abilities

 

Ahead of the commencement of the consultation exercises for the three rail franchises that will be let over the coming year, Baroness Greengross' Transport forum has published "Public

Publications

This project from ILC-UK and Age UK sets out the key transport challenges that are arising from the UK’s ageing population.

A report from ILC-UK and Age UK, taking a futures perspective on how communities need to adapt to an ageing society.

Governments must do more to reduce the long term cost of ageing to the public purse argues a new policy report from the International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK).

Today's older people are more healthy and active than ever before and as such are also more mobile.

Report on survey research into attitudes on the regulation of older drivers

ILC-UK policy brief discussing the options for supporting self-regulation by older drivers.

How the Public and Private Sectors Can Influence Older Drivers’ Self-Regulation.

Events

Today’s older people are driving further and more often than previous cohorts, and cars remain vital to people’s mobility in later life.