Introduction 

This tool provides data and further information on a wide range of topics relevant to our health as we age. Indicators can be examined at local, regional and/or national level. This is the start of an ongoing development. Please see: 

  • the launch paper for background on productive healthy ageing policy, the aims of the tool and an overview of current and planned content
  • the results of a stakeholder survey on the planned tool and potential future indicators
  • current geographies and inequalities available for each indicator

Further resources

The following sections contain links to more data, information and ideas that can help you to explore the issues raised in this profile in more detail and inform actions to improve health outcomes. 

Click on an image below to access further resources.

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Housing_link  Social_link  Transport_link

Technology_link  Physical-health_link  Mental-health_link

Falls_link  Care-services_link  Carers_link

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Recent updates

4 June 2019

Launch of the Productive Healthy Ageing Profile, replacing the Older People's Health and Wellbeing Profile. A complete re-structure and wider set of indicators, including some new and signficantly updated indicators, more analysis functions, a new Further Resources section and an accompanying launch paper