Sustainable Development For All Ages

...if we are to have any hope of achieving this new vision, robust new metrics, fed by nothing less than a data revolution, will be critical.
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Disrupt Aging: The Global Imperative

...it is time to coalesce around the progress we have made and create a movement to “disrupt aging”—that is, to change the conversation about what it means to grow older.
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Wealth of Generations

At the Commission for Financial Capability, we seek to understand, and we actively ask ourselves, what does a wealthy life mean for New Zealanders of all ethnicities?
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Designs on Dementia

The Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) at the University of Stirling is at the heart of a worldwide movement to improve services for people with dementia
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UNV and AARP Share Values, Working to Influence Positive Change and Improve Lives

In 2012, UNV’s Online Volunteering service enabled hundreds of non-profit development organizations to benefit from the support of 11,000 individuals from 169 countries over the Internet.
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Buurtzorg Nederland: Nurses Leading the Way!

"What started as a team of 4 nurses in 2006, has grown to 580 teams of 6,500 nurses in 2013. "
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Working Caregivers in the United States

"68 percent of caregivers surveyed had to make work accommodations such as taking time off, coming in late, leaving early, refusing a promotion, reducing work hours, changing jobs or quitting."
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Sharing Lessons from Europe in Financing and Delivery of Long Term Support Services

"...unlike health care, LTCSS insurance is a case of incomplete welfare-related insurance as people fail to purchase insurance when its optimal to do so, leaving people in need of care to rely on public support, if and when available, or, if affordable, to self-insure."
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Age-Friendly Communities

Communities that adapt age-friendly features…become more desirable places to live, to visit and to spend time. They also reap economic benefits, injecting new vitality into local business, as consumers of all ages feel welcome and secure.
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City of Elderly Love: Philadelphia, an Age-Friendly and Accessible City

Our administration believes the lynchpin for success as an age-friendly city is accessibility; access to anything and everything in which older people want to participate.
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