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“However, people in many other parts of the world think and feel positively about aging and assign a positive value and meaningful role to the aging members of their communities” (Williford, 1998, p.4). With this statement, this allows a person to have a double sided view on the thoughts and opinions to aging older and what they will face. “Older people are erroneously thought to be senile, resistant to change,
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Demographic Paper Becky Perez HCS/490 November 6, 2011 Kathy Loy The aging population today has grown considerably according to the aging statics given by USA.gov, 2011. “The older population has grown, which includes persons 65 years or older, and has reached 39.6 million in 2009” (USA.gov, 2011, p. 1). The older population represents 12.9% of the United States population and by the year 2030 will average 72.1 million. There were 64, 024 person who aged 100 years or more in 2009, (p. 1) and this growth in population can become a problem for the health care market. The United States has had the most spending for health care for persons age 65 and older (CDC.gov, 2011).
In 2050, the global population of people age 60 and older will grow from more than 100 percent to an estimated two billion. With the aging population growing, they must do this actively and in good health because if not they do not then we will not be able to generate the levels of economic growth we have enjoyed over the past century. The cost of disease and health challenges will grow tremendously if we do not create a more innovative and effective way to stay healthy. The agenda for the future is to continue to recognize and address the relationships between the aging, health care and the economy. With the right solutions, health care can become the most powerful driver of growth in the 21st
An individual’s health and activity level can make the difference in how long abilities can be maintained and how healthy they continue to be. When individuals maintain close family connections as well as continuing to acquire new knowledge that will help to stimulate new growth in the brain which keeps them to stay involved in life and not sitting around waiting to pass on to the other side. The book discussed how successful aging is dependent upon an individual’s low probability to disease and disease related disabilities, high cognitive and physical functional capacities and an active engagement with life. When all these components are reached then it gives many individuals a way to age healthy and live longer lives but when disease or other issues begin to take their toll on an individual then for most hope is lost causing many mental and physical abilities to decline and individuals giving up on
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