Tag Archives: Future Long-Term Care Costs

Mapping UK Demographic Changes (ILC-UK)

Summary The International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK) has released a second summary “factpack” of statistics about a number of topics relating to the UK’s elderly. Projections indicate that future generations of pensioners face a poorer financial future unless the long-term challenges … Continue reading

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Elderly Care: Analysis of Long-Term Care for Dementia (ADI / BBC News)

Summary More than 35 million people live with dementia throughout the world, according to the World Health Organisation; more than half of whom live in low and middle income countries. The global costs of treating and caring for people with dementia are estimated … Continue reading

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Five Hours a Day: Systemic Innovation for an Ageing Population (NESTA)

Summary This report explores the impact of ageing on society and what this might mean in terms of innovation. Nesta proposes taking a systematic look at how people live in the context of changing demographics, looking especially at issues which … Continue reading

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Ready for Ageing? (House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change)

Summary A recent report from the Select Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change warns that Government and society at large are unprepared for ageing. A broad range of policy areas are addressed, with comprehensive analyses of the potential impact … Continue reading

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Future Trends: a Predictive Timeline of UK Health and Social Care (King’s Fund)

Summary The King’s Fund has published a “Future of health and social care timeline”. This interactive timeline indicates some of the key trends at work and a few predicted future milestones which are deemed likely to influence how health and … Continue reading

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