NEWS:

Since our December update, we have published four new reports and our research has featured on the front page of the Daily Express; on Radio 4, and on BBC News, Sky News and ITV news bulletins

Biggest ever study of its kind reveals attitudes towards alcohol and ageing could be leaving over 50s at increased risk of harm from alcohol.

All of us at the International Longevity Centre – UK would like to wish you a very happy and prosperous New Year. We would also like to take this opportunity to introduce the latest member of our Partners Programme, Hymans Robertson LLP.

ILC-UK publishes new analysis to feed into FCA and HM Treasury Financial Advice Market Review

Detailed analysis of the social care funding measures outlined in the Spending Review reveals a bleak future for older people needing care.

On Tuesday 24th November 2015, we hosted our first ‘Future of Ageing’ full day conference. The conference, chaired by The Baroness Sally Greengross OBE (ILC-UK’s Chief Executive) and Lawrence Churchill CBE (ILC-UK Trustee) was supported by various sponsors including Eli Lilly, Partnership, McCarthy & Stone and Partnership for Change.

There are a number of ways you and your oranisation can work with the ILC-UK.

New research by the International Longevity Centre - UK (ILC-UK) and Prudential busts the myth of older people splashing their retirement cash on leisure and holidays. The report reveals that from the age of 50 onwards, spending on most non-essential items begins a slow decline.

The International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) will tomorrow host their first UK Future of Ageing Conference. The conference will paint a picture of the future of ageing and explore the challenges and opportunities ahead.

A group of major national and international companies have signed an open letter and pledged to “work over the next five years to help make our ageing society and economy more sustainable”.