According to aarpinternational.org, Germany is currently one of five “super-aged” societies in the world, and its population of those age 65 and older will continue to grow, reaching nearly one-third of the total population by 2050.
The Ivorian society is moving slowly but surely towards population ageing ; in a bid to prepare for the oncoming phenomenon, it has already started adapting to the elderly’s needs, who currently live in less-than-ideals conditions. [Read more…] about Côte d’Ivoire pushes for an improvement of the elderly’s living conditions
Dogs, cats or goldfish are common pets for the elderly; one British care home changed that formula by suggestions adopting feathered animals, in order to fight loneliness and isolation. [Read more…] about Retirement home pensioners adopt feathered friends
REGAIN wishes to involve the elderly and to make them responsible and involved in their own health. By answering questions, the players are stimulated, share their experiences and their knowledge.