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  • 1. (480) 588-0555<br />www.vangoactivities.com <br />
  • 2. The Age Wave<br />
  • 3. An Aging Population<br />Percentage of U.S. Population over Age 65<br />25<br />20<br />15<br />10<br />5<br />0<br />Percentage of Population<br />1930 1950 1970 1990 2010 2030 2050<br />Year<br />Source: From Baby Boom to Elder Boom: Providing Health Care for a<br /> Aging Population Copyright 1996, Watson Wyatt Worldwide.<br />
  • 4. Age Wave Facts<br />10,000 people turn 65 every day.<br />In 2011 the first Baby Boomer turned 65.<br />People turning 50 today have half of their adult lives ahead of them. <br />By 2020 there will be a 105% growth annually in people over the age of 85.<br />
  • 5. Leisure Time Activity<br />
  • 6. We Avoid Exercise…<br />
  • 7. Seniors Fear Loss of Independence<br />More than Death <br />What Seniors Fear Most<br />Chart provided by Clarity<br />“Aging in Place in America Study” conducted by The Clarity Foundation<br />
  • 8. Seniors and Isolation<br />“Of all seniors living alone one out of three sees neither friends nor neighbors for as much as two weeks at a time, and one out of five has no phone conversations with friends,” according to a study by Eric Klinenberg, a sociology professor at New York University.<br />United Neighborhood House’sreport, Aging in the Shadows, discusses social isolation as a vicious cycle that is hard to break once the pattern has been set. This cycle, beginning with isolation and loneliness can lead to mild then severe depression, interpersonal conflict, challenges in making friends, lack of desire for social interaction, and more.<br />
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  • 18. Benefits of Van-Go Activities<br />Inspire people to live a happier and healthier life as they age<br />Give seniors more independence and freedom<br />Promote socialization and friendships<br />Educate and deliver important health literacy information<br />Increase participation in health screenings and activity centers<br />Decrease stress on families caring for seniors<br />Help seniors have more purpose and enjoyment as they age<br />Life Enrichment!!!<br />
  • 19. Benefits of Van-Go Activities<br />Save caretakers, facilities, family members and seniors time & money<br />Reduce transportation cost <br /> Remember: 2 or more out the door, 3 or 4 saves you more!<br />Reduce health care costs<br />Lower work absenteeism and lost productivity due to senior care<br />Cost Savings!!!<br />
  • 20. (480) 588-0555<br />www.vangoactivities.com <br />Oh, the places you’ll Go!<br />

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