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Town centres have been in decline for many years. Online retail and COVID-19 have probably changed shopping habits forever, and once life returns to some semblance of normality there will be even more gaps on the high street.Speaking at the second 'AAA ISO Ageing Societ...
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Join us this month as we enter the next phase in creating a new gold standard for multigenerational living.This January 28th, we unite a diverse group of experts and innovators, and the International Organisation for Standardization to share knowledge and ideas addressing th...
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Five years ago, under the hallowed dome of the Royal Albert Hall, the idea of Agile Ageing began. As Fatboy Slim's 'Right Here, Right Now' kicked off the BBC's inaugural 'Ibiza Proms', we saw how culture, technology, and a new generation of older adults were blurring ge...
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Certainty. It’s a word in rather short supply at the moment. One we are hearing more of, however - is adaptability. Being agile right now seems more important than ever.We’ve focused this month’s news review therefore, on people and organisations doing what they can to...
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As we now spend more of our lives near home, and may well for the foreseeable future, it is essential we understand how well those spaces support healthy and happy lives.SHAPES – a 4 year €21m research initiative funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020 – a...
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"A lack of co-ordination at the local, national and international level on numerous initiatives launched rapidly to combat COVID-19 could result in notably reduced co-operation and exchanges of data and results between funded projects.” Issued by the Organisation for Econo...
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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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The world seems a very different place since we last spoke. That it was only a month ago is remarkable. Progression of Covid-19 - from an outbreak in Wuhan, China, to governments around the world enforcing country-wide lockdowns is staggering. Businesses are pivoting to prod...
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