The Age Of Elderly People

1621 Words Oct 15th, 2014 7 Pages
Research shows that in developed nations the average number of elderly people is increasing or is bound to increase over the next decades. This is because the condition of living, the lifestyle in these nations supports the elderly to the point where their lives become sustainable even as they grow old. Nations like Sweden and Germany are already experiencing this. Currently, the number of young people in the world tops the list of the age groups with the most population. The world is also on the verge of transitioning to sustainable sources of energy and means of carrying out business. This means that in a matter of years, or rather decades, these young people will have attained the optimum levels of sustaining a population to advanced age limits. Taking a look at the nations experiencing this right now, one can tell that the levels of development in the given nations were achieved way back in the 1900s. In addition, education is also a vital aspect in this debate, since with education; one achieves life skills that are essential in sustaining themselves to those advanced ages.
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What this seeks to show is that the US is a close follower of the nation’s spelt out. In that regard then, it becomes vital for the nation to come up with a community based Caregiving home that can be utilized for the purposes of these older generations. Therefore, this paper is going to be looking at the vital and significant aspects as to why such an establishment should be made and…
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