This report looks at both the information available when choosing a care home and what quality in care homes should look like.
The overlooked over-75s: poverty among the ‘Silent Generation’ who lived through the Second World War
This report looks at the incomes of older people aged 75 and over.
This report looks at future workforce shortages in adult social care in England to take account of the EU referendum result.
This report looks at the quality of information and advice local authorities are providing on adult social care.
This report looks at how and why families avoid talking about challenges they may face in older age.
This report looks at how local authorities have performed in the first year of the Care Act 2014.
This report looks at universal pensioner benefits and options for reform.
This report giving our vision of what we need to do to make the UK the best country to grow older in by 2030.
This seminar review gives an overview of the discussion at a research review we held looking at the information that is currently available on quality and standards in care homes.
This report includes essays from experts and politicians on how the UK prepares and pays for an ageing society.
This report looks at the lives of older carers.
This report looks at the past, present and future role of migrant labour in the adult social care workforce.
This report looks at how many older people struggle with daily tasks and how many older people get the support available to them.
This report looks at loneliness among older men.
This report looks at the issues in England’s residential care market and the potential impact on the market of changes due to be introduced in April 2016 as part of the Care Act (since postponed until 2020).
This report looks at the challenges facing 13 local authorities when trying to monitor care home top-up fees.
This report looks at the best and worst scenarios for older people in the UK in 2030.