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Key topics

  • Housing choices

    Start here for information about the different options and where to find out more.
  • Care homes

    Are you considering or looking for a care home? Get started with our advice pages.
  • Are you a carer?

    Advice and support for carers, including what to do when your caring role changes.
  • Home safety and security

    How to stay safe in your home, and advice on avoiding scams.
  • General Election

    As we head towards the General Election in May, we’re asking Prospective Parliamentary Candidates to become Age Champions.
  • Our Gifted Housing service

    Find out about our Gifted Housing Service and how it could help you stay in your own home.
  • Help at home

    Information about how to find help at home and paying for care and support.
  • Find a tradesperson

    We've teamed up with TrustMark to put you in touch with trustworthy traders.
  • Adapting your home

    Simple adaptations could enable you to stay in your own home for longer.
  • Home insurance

    Age UK Home Insurance is designed for the over 50s and has no hidden fees and no nasty surprises.

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News and campaigns

  • 1 in 4 has no one

    New figures from Age UK reveal 2.9m over-65s have no one to turn to.
  • Redesigning care?

    Commission concludes that a new settlement is needed for health and social care.
  • Social care drop

    Spending on social care has fallen by £1.1bn since 2010/11, says Age UK.
  • Unsuitable housing

    Unsuitable housing leaves thousands of older people with hospital discharge delays.

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