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A new study of more than 10,500 over 55-year-olds living in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick, reveals that older people who live in areas with accessible transport, green spaces and safer streets are less likely to suffer from depression and loneliness.According to the repo...
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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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Funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020*, AAA is one of 36 partners across 14 European countries sharing a €21m 4 year research grant. Led by the ALL (Assisting Living & Learning) Institute at Maynooth University, the "SHAPES" project aims to explore inte...
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How a determined drive to improve air quality gave rise to a new model of care for a rapidly ageing population Earlier this week the air quality index in Delhi hit record levels. The choking smog was so bad that 5 million children were given face masks, the public were advis...
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If you are developing innovative solutions to support an ageing population, you may be thinking about export, and where better than the world's largest emerging market place?By the end of last year, China had a population of 249 million aged 60 or above, larger than any othe...
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Following public consultation, the Decade of Healthy Ageing is proposed as a global collaboration led by WHO that will bring together governments, international organisations, health professionals, academic institutions, the media, the private sector and civil society. The c...
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The Agile Ageing Alliance is a passionate advocate for multigenerational living. Although, our primary focus is creative planning for new developments, given the large amount of existing housing stock that is not fit for purpose to support ageing in place, it’s equally imp...
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This week saw the publication of two reports looking at the housing needs of older adults.First off we had the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Ageing and Older People. The APPG’s in-depth inquiry into ‘Decent and Accessible Homes for Older People’, aims to understand...
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Dare to Care Different

May 29, 2019
In a move which would bring England into line with Scotland, a new report by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) calls for older adults to receive free social care. The IPPR argues that the current system is deeply unfair with ever more people of pensionable age ...
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In an ageing society where social networks are leading to a pandemic of loneliness, the benefit of our neighbourhoods as the settings where residents can socialise, realise common values, and achieve a level of social control and purpose should not be underestimated. By 2035...
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