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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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The World Health Organisation are hoping to unite governments, civil society, international agencies, professionals, academia, the media, and the private sector for ten years of concerted action to improve the lives of older people, their families, and the communities in whi...
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Leading experts and thought leaders are united in promoting the value of multigenerational neighbourhoods, as compared to the negative impact of “elderly ghettos”. This was a key takeaway from this year’s AAA Congress and it’s a common denominator connecting several ...
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On May 14 & 15th AAA host our next Congress uniting experts, innovators and doers. We’ll be making a number of exciting announcements about the progress we’re making behind the scenes and reveal how we’re putting the theory into practice, to not just reimagine but deli...
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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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