Kuala Lumpur, 18 August 2016 Woods Bagot together with Aged Care Group (ACG) hosted a networking platform called After Hours …
On the 10th & 11th of August, the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and State Street hosted the International Social Security Conference 2016 to discuss the ageing in Malaysia.
New technologies have created new possibilities to reduce isolation and enhance quality of life.
If your money and assets – or your parent’s – is used without permission or in a fraudulent manner in any way, shape or form, it’s financial abuse.
The Malaysian-South Australian engagement would open up many opportunities through skills sharing and operating experience.
Life is all about planning. But yet in all our plans, have we ever thought about how we plan for our long–term care needs especially when we grow old. Ageing is inevitable and the possibility of needing care as we age is very real.
With Dr Zaharuddin Rahmat @ Mohd.Rawi By MyDoc Care Team Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for …
People need enough funds for their care in old age and the cost of staying in a day car centre’s single room would incur an estimated monthly fee of RM4000, amounting to RM48 000 a year.
Consumers aged 60-plus will account for up to 60 percent of urban consumption growth to 2030 – McKinsey
An excellent report from McKinsey identifies nine groups of urban consumers that are projected to generate three-quarters of global urban consumption growth from 2015 to 2030. That’s now!
Taking some real life examples, we look at some of the new age technologies and innovations that could help enhance aged care services.
Ageing is inevitable. Children in the future will live longer than adults today. The best thing we can do now is to create the future that we are ready to age by ourselves.