The Age Action Alliance is a partnership of organisations and individuals who have committed to working together to improve older people’s lives and achieve its shared aims. Our focus is on the most disadvantaged and promoting positive attitudes to ageing.

All Members and Partners are signed up to the Alliance Declaration & Membership Agreement. If you share our vision, why not join us!

There are now 894 members of the Alliance.  Click on the organisations names below to visit their website and find out more about what our partners do.

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  1. LACE Housing Association
  2. Lancashire County Council Welfare Rights Service
  3. Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service.
  4. Lancaster City Council
  5. Lasa UK
  6. Later Life Living
  7. LaterLife Learning
  8. League of Friends of Gosport War Memorial Hospital
  9. Leeds Beckett University
  10. Leeds Older People’s Forum
  11. Leg Ulcer Charity
  12. Leicestershire Police
  13. Lenchs Trust
  14. Level Lifts
  15. Lewisham Pensioners’ Forum
  16. LGiU
  17. Life Story Network CIC
  18. Lifebook UK
  19. Lifeline Bradford Piccadilly Project
  20. Lifeline24

Newest Members

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  1. Carelink24
  2. Lifeline24
  3. St Christopher’s
  4. One Perfect Solution Ltd
  5. Homecare Services
  6. Mhor Collective
  7. Age of No Retirement
  8. South Cambridgeshire District Council
  9. Warwickshire Older People’s Forum
  10. Everlasting Care
  1. Zatu Games
  2. Toy Street
  3. My Bear Shop
  4. Careline365
  5. Telecare Choice
  6. Age Dynamic
  7. Claritas Hearing
  8. The Oddfellows
  9. Lenchs Trust
  10. Small Acts of Kindness

Key Resources

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  1. A guide to hosting Alliance Network Meetings
  2. AAA Progress Report May 2015
  3. AAA Working Group Chairs Meeting – 24th Sept. 2018
  4. Advice and guidance on Pension Credit for stakeholders
  5. Alliance Members Declaration
  6. Alliance Membership Agreement
  7. An introduction to Age Action Alliance (leaflet)
  8. Arts and older people forum Transition Focus Group Meeting Minutes 11 July 2016
  9. Basic Pension Credit Information
  10. British Gas Priority Services
  11. British Gas Warm Home Discount
  12. Connect for a Kinder Tomorrow – New Approaches to Loneliness – Jo Cox
  13. DAW May 2019 Flyer
  14. Dementia-Friendly Utilities Home Services
  15. Digital Inclusion – The Vision, the Challenges and the Way Forward
  16. EngAgeNet’s comprehensive new publication: ‘A New Narrative on Ageing’
  17. Falling off the Bandwagon
  18. Fuel Poverty Action Guide – Produced by NEA
  19. Healthy Work Places Meeting Minutes – 15th November 2018
  20. Healthy Working Lives – Managing Healthy Ageing Workforces
  21. Infographic – explaining the work of the Alliance
  22. Keep Warm, Keep Well – Leaflet
  23. Later Life in a Digital World – Meeting 5th March 2019
  24. Loneliness & Isolation – Meeting Minutes 20th September 2018
  25. Loneliness & Isolation Meeting Minutes – 5th March 2019
  26. Loneliness in Britain has Escalated from Personal Misfortune into a Social Epidemic
  27. Money Matters – Meeting Minutes 18th January 2018
  28. NEA Advice Videos
  29. Ofgem Vulnerability strategy
  30. Pension Credit Calculator
  31. PSR promise from the Safeguarding Customer Working Group
  32. Research: The role of a social context for ICT learning and support in reducing digital inequalities for older ICT users
  33. SEGB Resource Centre
  34. Skills and lifelong learning: Digital Participation
  35. Snapshot Analysis of the Age Action Alliance
  36. Understanding the Alliance (Powerpoint Presentation)
  37. Vulnerability as Affecting Older People in Rural Areas
  38. Writing a blog for the Age Action Alliance