Well offAre you the same age as your partner? The government thinks you should be
Michael Griffin, from Parkinson’s UK, explains the impact of changes to Pension Credit for those with Parkinson’s and other health conditions.
Well offReflecting on the impact of financial insecurity on mental health in later life
Jolie Goodman, from the Mental Health Foundation, explains the link between poor mental health and debt.
Well offHow we can tackle loneliness through Pension Credit
Robin Hewings from the Campaign to End Loneliness looks at the role of poverty in loneliness.
well offTired of fighting the system
Susan shares her frustrations with the care assessment process and how she is struggling to get the help she needs.
Well offDisability and financial challenges in older age
Sophie Lock, from Leonard Cheshire, looks at the causes of the disability pay gap and the impact on older disabled people.
Well offBlue Badge barriers
Pam shares her experience of the extra costs created by declining mobility.

Well offBenefits in pension age: the Maggie’s Centres' experience
Tom Messere looks at the benefits available in later life.
Well offA very late diagnosis
Ken, a campaigner and author, explains how a late diagnoses of Autism Spectrum has affected his working life and retirement.
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