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If this year has taught us anything, it is there are few guarantees in life. Failing to imagine how our older selves will live, however, does guarantee a few surprises when you get there. If you’ve kept up to date with the AAA’s work this year, you’ll know we've b...
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As we slowly emerge from taking one day at a time, thoughts turn naturally to what tomorrow holds. With few aspects of our lives unaffected by this year’s events, AAA is committed to a number of pioneering projects identifying and accelerating innovation to achieve real so...
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Last week, we came a step closer to realising our neighbourhoods of the future.Creating living spaces fit for a world in which, by 2050, the number of those aged 80+ is expected to triple, is a challenge we fully embrace.But 80% of the homes that we will be living ...
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How freely our older friends and loved ones can move around once lockdowns are relaxed is uncertain. This makes it impossible to ignore the need for a better approach to how our communities are set up. If we expect grandchildren to see grandparents in a world where pandemics...
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