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  • Greeting
    When I was born 14-100-400
    Incredible change. What I want to do this evening is give you a feeling for just how dramatic that change will be, what it means for all of us and for the society we live in.
  • 14 -100-400
  • Caring and needs

    1. 1. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 1 |
    2. 2. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 2 |
    3. 3. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 3 | Proportion of Population Over Age 60, 2012
    4. 4. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 4 | Proportion of Population Over Age 60, 2050
    5. 5. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 5 | Pace of Ageing Thailand S Korea Brazil 1860 1880 1900 1920 1940 1960 1980 2000 2020 2040 14% 7% France Sweden UK USA Japan China % of Population Age 65+
    6. 6. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 6 | Life Expectancy at Age 60
    7. 7. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 7 | Years of Life Lost Age 60 and Over
    8. 8. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 8 | Years Lost to Disability Age 60 and Over
    9. 9. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 9 | A Life Course Approach to the Health of Ageing Populations Health Promotion across the life course Primary Health Care and Long Term Care Age-friendly Environments Rethinking ageing
    10. 10. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 10 | A Life Course Approach to the Health of Ageing Populations Health Promotion across the life course Primary Health Care and Long Term Care Age-friendly Environments Rethinking ageing
    11. 11. IFMSA August 2009 11 | Hypertension in older people in SAGE countries
    12. 12. IFMSA August 2009 12 |
    13. 13. Global Conference on Ageing 2010 13 | A Life Course Approach to the Health of Ageing Populations Health Promotion across the life course Primary Health Care and Long Term Care Age-friendly Environments Rethinking ageing
    14. 14. IFMSA August 2009 14 | Outdoorspace & buildings Transportation Communication & information Housing Respect & social inclusion Social participation Civic participation & employment Community support & health services The idea of an age-friendly city
    15. 15. IFMSA August 2009 15 | Care Social Care Primary Health Care Long Term Care Palliative Care Community Based Rehabilitation Assistive Devices
    16. 16. IFMSA August 2009 16 | Needs Assistance with tasks of daily living Optimize function – Rehabilitation – Assistive devices Prevent advancement of disease or onset of additional problems Support social integration/connection
    17. 17. IFMSA August 2009 17 | Long term care challenges More and more older people, while fewer and fewer younger people – Who is responsible for care? – 20th Century models may not be appropriate More women in the workforce Low literacy in older people particularly in rural areas Need for care but also prevention and rehabilitation Home or institution?
    18. 18. IFMSA August 2009 18 | New models Continuity of primary, long term (social), palliative care and rehabilitation – Vision, hearing – Dementia – Access to assistive devices – Screening, prevention and management of basic NCDs like diabetes and hypertension – Intergenerational programs – Literacy programs: basic and IT – Social participation – Integrate with environment
    19. 19. IFMSA August 2009 19 | Principles of Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR)
    20. 20. IFMSA August 2009 20 | New models Continuity of primary, long term (social), palliative care and rehabilitation Strengthen capacity of older sections of community ITC
    21. 21. IFMSA August 2009 22 |

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