United for All Ages aims to build stronger communities and a stronger country by bringing people of all ages together and promoting a Britain for all ages.
United is a social enterprise developing new approaches to key social and economic issues. We offer the following support:
United works with local and central government, health, housing associations, universities and colleges, companies, think tanks, third sector and community organisations to do things differently and build communities for all ages.
Commission on the Voluntary Sector and Ageing - looking at the implications for voluntary organisations of our ageing society. United's Stephen Burke is one of the Commissioners. See the launch news release and the Commission's website
Scrap the Cap: ten reasons why the cap on care costs should be replaced by a fairer way of funding care for older people. A campaign by National Pensioners Convention, Unison and United for All Ages
A Future for All Ages: growth starts with homes, care and jobs - the latest report from United for All Ages puts forward more than fifty ideas for getting Britain working for all ages. See the report and news release.
Good Care Guide gets a new look - the only website where families using childcare and eldercare can rate and review their care providers. See Denise Burke on Sky News about reviews on Good Care Guide. Developed by United for All Ages and My Family Care to help families choosing care and improve the quality of care. See Good Care Guide here
Cross Generational Housing - a report by Michael Keith on designing homes where three or more generations of the same family could live together under one roof. Published by United for All Ages here
Childcare Champions - a new website standing up for quality affordable childcare for all families launched by United for All Ages. Have your say here
Awards for All Ages - the winners were announced earlier this year here. Congratulations to Learning for the Fourth Age, The Peace Hospice and Magic Me. They show how action by and for all ages can tackle some of the big social and economic issues facing Britain. See film of the presentation and the winners talking about their projects here.
Generations Talking Together - four debates on issues that might divide generations, organised by United for All Ages and Forster Communications. See the briefing papers on housing, health, work and technology for all ages. See summaries of the discussion on housing, health, work and technology. Four great videos bring the debates alive here. For more information contact United for All Ages