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Information and advice.

We know that growing older doesn’t come with a manual. That’s why we provide free information and advice to help you on topics as diverse as claiming benefits to care homes.

Coronavirus (COVID-19).• Coronavirus guidance• Staying safe and well at home• What can I do to help others?

Money and legal.• Benefits and entitlements• Debt and savings• Income and tax• Legal issues• Pensions advice• Scams and fraud

Health and wellbeing.• Conditions and illnesses• Health services• Being active• Looking after your mind and body• Loneliness• Relationships and family• Keeping well in winter

Care and support.• How to arrange care• Paying for care• Housing options                                                                                  • Problems with care                                                                               P.T.O.• Help for carers• Home safety

Work and learning.• Discrimination and rights• Education and training• Looking for work• Retirement• Technology and internet

Travel and hobbies.• Driving after 70• Hobbies• Accessible holidays

Benefits calculator.

Find out exactly what you are owed – quickly and easily – with our benefits calculator.• What are you entitled to?

Support for veterans.

Age UK is Joining Forces with the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust and SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, to help veterans born before 1950 and their families and carers.

Find out more

How to find help at home.

How to go about finding the help you need at home, from light housework to personal care.• What support is available?

Get face-to-face advice at your local Age UK.

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