• Access to education;
• Appropriate health and social care provision;
• Better access to transport and continuation of free travel;
• Better employment opportunities;
• Better housing;
• Enjoying a positive quality of life;
• Freedom to live without fear of crime;
• Flexibility in hours, sabbaticals, time/place independent working;
• Flexibility in job content / job crafting opportunities;
• Improved access to leisure opportunities;
• Lower medical treatment and care service costs;
• Participating actively in society;
• Promoting older people’s inclusion in, and contribution to, all areas of community life;
• Reductions in poverty and fuel poverty;
• Respecting older people’s decisions and lifestyle choices;
• Sharing of life experiences from one generation to the next.