Director of Policy and Influencing, George McNamara, discusses how the government needs to go further with its health and social care plans.
The BBC has an important mission: to inform, educate and entertain. So why has the BBC found itself charged with making decisions about who has the right to a free TV licence?
The government must take back this responsibility, writes Shelley Hopkinson, Public Affairs Manager.
Public Affairs Officer Ian Pendlington outlines how the Homes (Fit for Human Habitation) Bill being discussed in the House of Lords may affect older people.
Grief can feel overwhelming, not only affecting us emotionally but physically as well. By Flora Death.
Anna Davies, Policy & Research Manager at Independent Age, on why we are asking NICE to build better social care into their quality standards.
We can't tackle loneliness if we don't start with how people make friends, writes Chief Executive of Independent Age Janet Morrison.
Why bereavement in later life matters.