Ageing and raceAgeing and race: The case for local action on housing
Nigel de Noronha discusses how those from BME backgrounds are more likely to experience housing poverty
Pensioner povertyPensioner poverty is trapping more of us, and that’s not right
Dr Andrea Barry looks at the rise of pensioner poverty
life on the edgeLife on the edge
One of our campaigners describes the hard reality of life with an inadequate pension and shrinking benefits.
Older rentersNo longer ‘Generation Rent’ – we must do more for older renters
Holly Holder shines a light on the challenges and unfairness experienced by a growing demographic – older private renters.
Home adaptationsHome adaptations: When access becomes a barrier
Researchers at Northumbria University describe the importance of home adaptations for older and disabled people, and the barriers to accessing these.
equity releaseEquity release – Navigating the options
Louise Overton discusses the opportunities and risks of equity release - and how important advice is in helping people make the right decisions.
Older people homesFinding a new home in England
Quentin highlights the challenges of finding somewhere to sleep when returning to England.
StressA series of stress – looking back
Rosemary looks back on a series of stressful decisions that has put a strain on her in later life.
Older people and homelessnessLife on the streets - the struggle to find a home
Steve shares his concerns of becoming homeless and his struggle to find a permanent place to live.
Social housingA personal experience of social housing
Supporter, Sophia, reflects on the positives and negatives of her experience of social housing
Pounds, Shillings and PensionsPounds, Shillings and Pensions: Our mission doesn’t end here
Natasha Jetha, a Senior Policy Officer at Independent Age, shares what we have learnt from our blog series and our plans for the future