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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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What does age-friendly mean to you? This month’s news from the world of ageing suggest it is the way in which older adults can remain an integral part of their community. Enjoying lives in which they retain independence, share knowledge, and may even continue learning them...
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Can you imagine a time where older adults were visible and celebrated in every public sphere? They inspired younger generations to open up about mental health. And they were the 'poster-children' of the biggest issue affecting mankind today.They would be new kinds of stereot...
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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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Design impacts almost every aspect of our lives, from the algorithms serving content we're sure to like to the new cycle lanes inspiring more of us to ride to work. As societies around the world find their populations living longer, more are having to find new ways to rethin...
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July’s most popular stories had a truly international feel. This month’s digest features an Australian centenarian ballet dancer, advice from the U.S. on living in place and a record breaking rally driver from Ireland. Head to the barre We begin with this inspiring story...
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