Who we are

The Age Action Alliance was originally established in 2011 following a decision by The Social Justice Cabinet Committee to facilitate collaborative working between organisations (and some individuals) who had a shared interest in later life issues. Over the next few years, the AAA grew into a vibrant hub with some 900+ members, and giving organisations direct access to older people in order to inform their work and help develop joined-up solutions.

And this is very much what we now plan to do with what is effectively AAA 2.0! AAA is now run by EngAgeNet (The English Ageing Network) and the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTI). But its future success depends on collaboration. If you are an organisation with an interest in the later life arena, why not become a member? 

We believe there is a huge opportunity to make an important difference to the lives of older people by enabling organisations (private, public and third sector) to collaborate on key issues and (uniquely) tap into the lived experiences of older people and inform their work. 

Joining is free – and you can take part in the collaborative virtual groups established to inform our research projects and develop policies on key issues such as housing, employment, health and care. You’ll be able to network with other bodies and individuals and share your news and views on this website and in our newsletters.

If you are an individual and would like to contribute to our debates, receive our newsletters and be part of our focus groups, again we’d love to have you aboard.

To become a member, as an organisation or an individual, simply email Tony Watts at info@theageactionalliance.org

Members as at 19 May 2024

Older people’s groups

English Age Network (EngAgeNet)

South East Forum on Ageing

Future North West

Positive Ageing in London

North East Forum on Ageing

East Midlands Later Life Forum

South West Seniors Network

Future East

The Housing Champions Network

Alive Church Gainsborough

Bromsgrove Forum for Older People

Burmantofts Community Friends

Calderdale 50 Plus Forum

Civil Service Retirement Fellowship

Elders Council of Newcastle

Gosport Older People’s Forum

Leeds Older People’s Forum

Norfolk Older People’s Strategic Partnership

Sevenoaks District Seniors Action Forum

Slough Older People’s Forum

Thurrock Over Fifties Forum

Tunbridge Wells Older People’s Forum

Wirrall Older People’s Parliament

York Older People’s Assembly

Private/public/third sector

National Development Team for Inclusion

55/Redefined

Access Social Care

Active Lincolnshire

Age Connects, Cardiff & The Vale

Age Space

Age UK

Age UK Bath & North East Somerset

Age UK Barnsley

Age UK Blackburn and Darwen

Age UK Bristol

Age UK Bromsgrove, Redditch and Wyre Forest

Age UK Cheshire

Age UK Gloucestershire

Age UK Lindsey

Age UK London

Age UK Norwich

Age UK Portsmouth

Age UK Sunderland

Age UK Surrey

Age UK Wakefield

Age UK Wirral

Ageing Without Children

Ageing Without Children East Kent

AMAC Fitness Training

Anchor Hanover Housing

Anchor Society

Arts in Care Homes

Astraline

AVSED (Supporting Aireborough Seniors)

Beth Britton, Dementia Consultant & Campaigner

BNP Paribas Real Estate

Bravestarts

Bristol City Council

British Council

British Nordic Walking

Care & Repair Cymru

Carers Together

Care Speaks

Centre for Ageing Better

Centurion Chartered Financial Planners

Coaching York

Community Hospitals Association

Community Transport Association

Coventry Haven Women’s Aid

Crane Consulting

Crossroads Caring For Life

Deborah Stone: Author, Consultant on later life

Design Age Institute

Digitals for Health

Diocese of Sheffield

Disability Partnership Calderdale

Dr Helen Tucker

Dr Tatiana Rowson (Psychologist & Coach)

Duries (intergenerational housing)

Easyphone

ENFLINGO Global Limited

Extra Care Charitable Trust

Good Care Group

Good To Go Travel Insurance

Greater Manchester Ageing Hub

HACT

HACT Bradford

Hampshire Carers Partnership

Hampshire Neurological Alliance

Hartley Watts Communications

Hartley Wintney Voluntary Care Group

Hastings Voluntary Action

Hazel (Helping older adults discover and finance their next home move)

Home Instead (Clacton, Frinton & Walton)

Homeshare UK

Housing 21

Housing LIN

ILC UK

Income Max

Independent Age

Johnny Johnston Housing

Later Life Audio and Radio Co-operative

Leadership Centre

Leeds Age Friendly Board and Age Friendly Partnership

Let’s Talk Ageing Marketing Consultancy

Lincolnshire Voluntary Engagement Team

Link Visiting Scheme

Living in Harmony

Macintyre

Mature Thinking

Methodist Homes Association

Morgan Ash

Move It Or Lose It

My Care Consultant

My Care Matters

My Future Care

My Future Living

National Care Forum

New Legacy Institute

Next-Up

Older People’s Advocacy Alliance

Open University

Oxford Aunts

Our Special Friends

Pegasus Homes

ProAge

Professor June Andrews

Punter Southall

Retire Easy

TheRetirementCafe.co.uk (Justin King)

Retirement Rebellion

Rocketmakers / Familia

Rockwealth, Leeds

Seniors Helping Seniors

Serenity Financial Planning

Shakespeare Martineau

Share & Care Homeshare

Shaw Foundation

Shaw Lifetime Care

Silver Marketing Association

Social Care Future

Social Enterprise Kent

Social Reporter

SOLLA

Sovereign Trust

Squiboon

Stefania Medetti, Author of The Age Buster

Sunrise Care Advisors

SureSafe (Personal Alarms)

Sylvie Financial Solutions 

The Purpose Xchange

Torbay Council

Two Generations

United for All Ages

Urban and Regional (Housing)

WiseAge

Young Bristol (run activities for older people too)

Over 30 individuals are also members