Older people as voters, citizens and changemakers
This e-book of Quality in Ageing and Older Adults takes the opportunity to consider the impact of the coalition government since 2010 on and for older people. It looks forward to the next government, whatever shape it takes, and what that government needs to do to improve life for older people and prepare for an ageing population in the UK.
- A world of social interaction for all,Addressing isolation: The importance of integration and the role of institutions,An age of opportunity for the voluntary sector,Grey pride: Priorities for a Minister for Older People,Health and social care for older people: Progress, problems and priorities,Housing: The unacknowledged key to our ageing challenge?,How older people will vote in the 2015 general election: A review of existing polling evidence,Never had it so good? Boom time for older people,Older people as voters, citizens and changemakers,Standing up for today's and tomorrow's pensioners,The coalition government and ageing policy: A critique,The road to 2020,What are the issues affecting grandparents in Britain today?,Work, pensions and poverty: A better deal under the next government