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Автор: Грег Шо …

Автор: Грег Шо
Организация Международная федерация по вопросам
старения, директор по международному
сотрудничеству
Название "NGO’s – Building Age Friendly Communities"
Дата: 18.09.12

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  • Changing patterns of morbidity and demographic trends have resulted in an increasing proportion of elderly people in the population. This is turn has raised concern about the ability of the family to care for elderly persons with chronic disease and handicapping conditions..The dimensions of the construct ‘sense of coherence’ are comprehensibility’, manageabilty, and meaningfulness.
  • Canada has a fertility rate of 1.66 children per woman, below the OECD average of 1.74, and easily the lowest of the Anglophone OECD countries (New Zealand=2.14, Ireland=2.07, the USA=2.01, the United Kingdom=1.94, and Australia=1.90). The Canadian rate is also well below that of France (1.99). With one in five foreign-born, Canada has the sixth highest proportion of their population foreign-born in the OECD, nearly double the OECD average of 11.7 percent
  • If we are to consider population demographics and immigration trends that already exist in Ontario it could be argued that cultural specific homes will need to be developed,
  • Global life expectancy has increased from 47 years in 1950 to > 65 today and projected to increase to 75 years by 2050
  • One of the most controversial aspects of the federal pension plan is the ability to retire with a full pension at age 55, after 30 years of service. Federal officials expressed concerns that the provision is “reducing the pool of staff with experience,” with half of the executives in government eligible to retire by 2012.According to the Treasury Board, however, federal employees paid $1.2-billion into the plan in 2007-08, compared to the government's $2.6-billion share. That 32-per-cent employee contribution will go up, but only to 40 per cent by 2013.Government pension plans in Ontario, Quebec and Alberta operate on a 50-50 basis, the Treasury Board says. On average, federal bureaucrats retire at 59 with a fully indexed pension of $38,000 a year.
  • 10% chance of living until 60 years of age
  • The top 10 occupations in Aged Care Residential Services according to the 2006Census• Aged or Disabled Carer (17.7 per cent) (Certificate II or III; Provides generalhousehold assistance, emotional support, care and companionship for agedor disabled people in their own homes.)• Registered Nurse (Aged Care) (14.7 per cent)• Nursing Support Worker (11.1 per cent)• Personal Care Assistant (10.9 per cent) (Certificate II or III; Provides routinepersonal care services to people in a range of health care facilities or in aperson's home.)• Kitchenhand (5.9 per cent)• Enrolled Nurse (3.0 per cent)• Commercial Cleaner (2.8 per cent)• Cook (2.2 per cent)• Diversional Therapist (2.2 per cent)• General Clerk (1.5 per cent
  • The top 10 occupations in Aged Care Residential Services according to the 2006Census• Aged or Disabled Carer (17.7 per cent) (Certificate II or III; Provides generalhousehold assistance, emotional support, care and companionship for agedor disabled people in their own homes.)• Registered Nurse (Aged Care) (14.7 per cent)• Nursing Support Worker (11.1 per cent)• Personal Care Assistant (10.9 per cent) (Certificate II or III; Provides routinepersonal care services to people in a range of health care facilities or in aperson's home.)• Kitchenhand (5.9 per cent)• Enrolled Nurse (3.0 per cent)• Commercial Cleaner (2.8 per cent)• Cook (2.2 per cent)• Diversional Therapist (2.2 per cent)• General Clerk (1.5 per cent
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    • 1. NGO’S – BUILDING AGE FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES Ufa - September 2012 – Greg Shaw (IFA)
    • 2. DEMOGRAPHIC UPHEAVALSSOCIAL AND ECONOMICCONSEQUENCES
    • 3. Drivers of AgeingMost Populated Countries 2010 - 2050 2010 POPULATION 2050 POPULATION COUNTRY (Millions) COUNTRY (Millions) China 1,338 India 1,748 India 1,189 China 1,437 United States 310 United States 423 Indonesia 235 Pakistan 335 Brazil 193 Nigeria 326 Pakistan 185 Indonesia 309 Bangladesh 164 Bangladesh 222 Nigeria 158 Brazil 215 Russia 142 Ethiopia 174 Japan 127 Congo, Dem. Rep. 166
    • 4. Drivers of AgeingFertility Rates
    • 5. Where will residents come from in thefuture?
    • 6. Drivers of Ageing Life Expectancy and Elderly Support Ratio
    • 7. Drivers of Ageing Elderly Life Percentage 28 Countries Support Ratio Expectancy Urban currently have life 2010 2050 Both SexesWORLD 9 4 69 50 expectancy of 80+ forMORE DEVELOPEDLESS DEVELOPED 4 11 2 4 77 67 75 44 both sexesLESS DEVELOPED 13 5 65 44(Excl China)LEAST DEVELOPED 17 9 56 27 25 Countries have aNTH AMERICA 5 3 78 79 life expectancy of less Canada 5 2 81 80 than 55 for bothSTH AMERICA 9 3 73 82ASIA (Excl China) 11 4 68 41 sexes.China 9 3 74 47EASTERN AFRICA 17 12 53 22 Zambia 17 16 42 37MIDDLE AFRICA 18 13 48 41Elderly Support Ratio - The number of working-age people ages 15-64divided by the number of persons 65 or older, indicating levels ofpotential societal support available for the elderly.
    • 8. 40% of public service can retire by 2011Universities are gearing up for a hiring boomAverage age of retirement is 58.4 years“Tories consider dropping early retirement provision”The Global and Mail , 29 December 2010
    • 9. 91 1 SwedenLesotho, Africa 0
    • 10. TheLabourMarket
    • 11. Face andForm ofFamily
    • 12. Home
    • 13. Older people’s rights are not being adequately protected Failure to Inconsistent capture attention todiscriminatory narrow range practices of rights Lack of clarity Gaps in protection Failure to prohibit age Dispersal of discrimination standards
    • 14. Domains of LifeOutdoor space & buildings Transportation Communication & information Housing Civic participation & Community support & healthRespect & social inclusion Social participation employment services
    • 15. “an age friendly city benefits everyone:children, the young, the old”
    • 16. Next Steps- Understanding- Debate- Evidence- Stakeholders- Voices of older people- Priorities
    • 17. [NGOs] must hold governments accountable while at the same time working with them to ensure that a more equitable world becomes a reality Kofi Annan 2003
    • 18. International Federation on Ageing is …..  International network of experts  Source of information and knowledge  Educator to public and private sectors  Connector of stakeholder groups across disciplines and sectors  Capacity builder  Collaborator and partner  Voice at the United Nations, World Health Organization and agencies

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