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    Aging Population The Home Health Care Industry has been benefiting from the aging population, a trend that is forecast to continue in the coming years. (Phillips, 2014) Its estimated that between the years 2010-2050 that the senior population is set to swell dramatically (Franchisehelp.com, 2015), with people over the age of 65 being expected to grow at an annualised 3.1% by 2019. (Phillips, 2014) The industry is expected to impact approximately 27million people within this time frame. (Franchisehelp

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    The Consequences of an Aging Population An ageing population is when a country has a high number of elderly people. Elderly people are economically dependent and they depend on working people to provide for them. More money has to be therefore created to fund hospitals, nursing homes etc. This money has to be provided for by the economically dependent population. Examples of where there is an ageing population is Australia, Japan and the U.K This is a table, which shows the change in

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    By the year 2050, for the first time in history, the population of those 60 and older will outnumber the population of those aged 15 and younger (Gelineau, 2013). What does this mean for the nation? What does this mean for the world? But, most importantly what does it mean for those that are aging without the needed resources from the countries they live, as the global study issued by the United Nations in 2013 describes (Zaidi, 2013). Due to various technology advancements and the older generations

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    Comparing United States to China’s Aged Population Treatment of the aged population vary by country. Some countries are more advanced and have improvements in healthcare, nutrition, technology causing an elderly person to live a more comfortable life, however, in some places the resources are limited making growing old unfortunately a bad experience. For instance, in some societies children care for their parents at home, while, in other societies children put their parents in homes in which they

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    significantly. The demographics indicate the need to improve the approaches placed to provide services and resources for this increasing population group. With forecast showing a significant annual increase of the ageing population, current strategies need to be changed and developed to cope with challenges that may arise in future. Addressing the issue of the ageing population requires an understanding of the demographics associated with the problem. In an argument by Irving (2014) planning is the basic

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    Q. Explain the effects of an ageing population in the U.K. A. There are numerous effects and problems caused by the fact that the population of the U.K. appears to be growing older. Throughout this essay i will attempt to identify these numerous problems, which include economic implications, social implications, Pension factors etc. Then i will attempt to round the essay off with an effective conclusion which will identify the key body of my text and give a general consensus of what i have stated

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    The Effects of Wyoming’s Aging Population

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    The Effects of Wyoming’s Aging Population With new medical technology and improved knowledge about health and wellness, American’s life expectancy is longer than ever, with a better expected quality of life as well. Wyoming is the fastest aging state in the country according to the Billing’s Gazette. In addition to an already aging state, Wyoming has been named by national publications as a top place of retirement due to its tax structure and climate. In an article from the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle

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    life expectancy age, the world’s population is steadily becoming older, which can bring negative results for society. In the last century, some countries, particularly in developed countries, have shifted policy in the direction of low fertility. Combined with the advances in medical technology, people get better assistance, which makes the average age increases within a short period of time. As a result, people are happy with living longer. However, aging population problem emerges. Compared with

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    America’s population is rapidly aging. It is currently predicted that the population of older Americans will be at an all-time high by 2030 with people over the age of 65 representing 20% of the US population (Hoyer & Roodin, 2009). Over the next 40 years, the Administration on Aging further projects the population aged 65 and over will be twice as high as it is now, and the number of persons age 85 and over will be three times its number today. Current demographic trends by The Administration on

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    Social integration and participation of seniors in society are important indicators of healthy aging. However, seniors are always at risk of being socially isolated. Many factors can cause social isolation and among them population aging that resulted more seniors to live longer is one of the most important factors. In this paper, we first review the trend of aging population in Canada. The existing literature is reviewed to highlight the importance of social integration. Then, we present the definition

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