Tag Archives: Negative Impact of Ageist Attitudes

Consensus Statement on Healthy Ageing (PHE / CfAB)

Summary Public Health England and the Centre for Ageing Better have released a consensus statement, containing widely accepted proposals for making England the “best place in the world to grow old”. Five core principles are given, with the aim of … Continue reading

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Casual Ageism: Alive and Well? (SunLife / RSPH)

Summary SunLife has produced a report on the surprising persistence of ageism (including tacit, unrecognised and socially acceptable “casual ageism”), drawing attention to the often real consequences of such attitudes, and implicit policies, in terms of promoting social exclusion and … Continue reading

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