Are You Financially Ready To Face Any Medical Catastrophe In Your Retirement?

Are You Financially Ready To Face Any Medical Catastrophe In Your Retirement?

To ensure you cover all bases in your old age, additional savings must be made to cover outpatient treatments that your medical insurance does not cover. Source: Smart Investor, May 2016, Issue 313

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Innovating Care For The Elderly

Innovating Care For The Elderly

As nations across the globe move towards an ageing population, it is becoming more imperative for the aged care industry to innovate itself in order to better cope with increasing demands and changing needs.

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Rethink ageing for a more realistic and optimistic prediction of economic impact

Rethink ageing for a more realistic and optimistic prediction of economic impact

The conventional old-age dependency ratio makes the economic impact of ageing societies seem worse than they will be. There are now some better measures that do not exaggerate the effects of ageing. By Kim Walker

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Foolproof Your Home As You Age

Foolproof Your Home As You Age

Buying a house is a bit like planning for your wedding day — there are months packed with excitement, stress, planning, and then, finally, the big payoff. When you’ve started out a couple of decades ago to settle down and commit to the big stuff — spouses, houses and children trousers — daily living as an aged person was likely not a priority then.

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Transformation of a City: Identifying the gaps

Transformation of a City: Identifying the gaps

There is a shift of population from the countryside to city, facts and figures by United Nation show that, half of humanity (3.5 billion people) lives in cities today and by 2030, almost 60% of the world’s population will live in urban areas.

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Experts gather to discuss on caring for the aged

Experts gather to discuss on caring for the aged

Dr Safurah Jaafar emphasised that developers and operators should plan according to the new Private Aged Healthcare Facility Act to ensure the provision of long term care is of quality and affordable.

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Caring For A Loved One At Home Can Have A Steep Learning Curve

Caring For A Loved One At Home Can Have A Steep Learning Curve

By Taunya English, WHYY Dementia has been slowly stealing Ruth Perez’s memory and thinking ability for 20 years. Her daughter, …

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Top tips for a well-designed, usable house:

Top tips for a well-designed, usable house:

A usable home has thoughtful design features that meet the needs of people of different ages and abilities over time.

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