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The ageing population is a major socio-economic shift associated with both opportunities and challenges. Opportunities for social innovation to move away from outmoded conceptions of age that will lead to a richer set of possibilities later in life, and challenges most notab...
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Following the publication of the AAA’s white paper ‘Neighbourhoods of the Future: Better Homes for Older Adults – Improving Health, Care, Design and Technology’, we have been talking with public, private and third sector stakeholders about how best to translate our v...
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The percentage of the UK population aged over 65, is expected to jump from 17.8% in 2015 to nearly a quarter by 2045. As the proportion of working-age adults to retirees increases, the demand for health and social care services expands. Consequently, the Office for Budget Re...
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We recently hosted wealth of innovators, industry leaders and provocateurs sharing their vision for our Neighbourhoods of the Future. We'll be sharing the outcomes very soon, but until then you can find the best tweets from the two-day event at the #Open4i handle. Hot Prop...
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What a great start to the year. Agile Ageing has launched its brand new website, released a visionary report on the future of Cognitive Homes in an ageing society (downloadable now for free). And next up the Agile Ageing Alliance (AAA) will be furthering its European agenda ...
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