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  1. Demographic Trends and the impact on Home Ownership Outcomes

    Demographic Trends and the impact on Home Ownership Outcomes

    REPORT / 2013 / This study – the first long-term regional analysis by age using 2013 census data – shows home ownership rates in some regional household types have plunged by more than 40 percentage points since ownership peaked at 73.8 per cent in 1991. Learn More

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    REP000978

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  2. Demographics of Living Alone

    Demographics of Living Alone

    REPORT / 2015 / This report shows that a quarter of homes are now ?lone-person? households, and new research shows the experience of living alone depends very much on a number of factors, including gender, education, income and age. Learn More

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  3. Baby Boomers & Their Homes: On Their Own Terms

    Baby Boomers & Their Homes: On Their Own Terms

    REPORT / 2015 / Baby boomers will account for nearly $1 out of every $4 spent on house purchases and rent in the next five years. This report examines results from a survey of more then 40,000 baby boomer households about their current situation, moving intentions and housing preferences, as part of a broader initiative to understand where community demand is headed. Learn More

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    REP000851

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  4. Tool to Help Detect and Monitor Symptoms of Aging: the HABC-Monitor

    Tool to Help Detect and Monitor Symptoms of Aging: the HABC-Monitor

    REPORT / 2015 / This report studies how a new tool, the Healthy Aging Brain Care (HABC) Monitor, may provide a simple and reliable way to detect and monitor cognitive, functional, and psychological symptoms in aging adults. Learn More

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    REP000836

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  5. Who WIll Fund Our Health?: How Demographic Change Increases Health Expenditure

    Who WIll Fund Our Health?: How Demographic Change Increases Health Expenditure

    REPORT / 2014 / This report studies how by 2050, the working population will have to pay close to double their own personal expenditure on health to support an ageing population. The report states that the cost of healthcare is going to rise from 5 per cent to 10.8 per cent of GDP. Along with an increase in the ageing population and fewer working age people, the report calls for policy reforms to be made. Learn More

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  6. Older Americans with a Disability: 2008-2012

    Older Americans with a Disability: 2008-2012

    REPORT / 2014 / This report presents an overview of the older population with a disability during 2008-2012. Data for this report come from 5-year estimates with interviews conducted in 2008 to 2012 pooled together. Learn More

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  7. Living and Dying with Dementia in England: Barriers to Care

    Living and Dying with Dementia in England: Barriers to Care

    REPORT / 2014 / There has been little focus on the inevitable conclusion of what is a progressive, terminal condition and there must be improvement in the care of people in the later stages of dementia. As it stands, the death and dying phase of dementia remains the forgotten aspect of what has been referred to as a 'silent epidemic'. Learn More

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  8. Baby Boomers and Their Homes: On Their Own Terms

    Baby Boomers and Their Homes: On Their Own Terms

    REPORT / 2014 / More than 4,000 baby boomers aged 50-69 were surveyed about their current living situation, moving intentions, and housing preferences, as part of a broader initiative to understand where future home and community demand is headed. Learn More

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  9. Commission on Residential Care Report

    Commission on Residential Care Report

    REPORT / 2014 / Social and demographic change will render housing with care all the more important in the future. The Commission wanted to shift the emphasis away from the view that housing with care is the 'last resort' and to value its role as a vital part of community care; and to recognise the importance of choice and participation by prospective residents in decisions about a move into housing with care. Learn More

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  10. Towards The All-Age-Friendly City

    Towards The All-Age-Friendly City

    REPORT / 2014 / In a matter of years everyone could be living in Lego-style houses with children being mainly taught outdoors. This is how experts from one university believe cities should progress. A series of innovative proposals have been published in a new report aimed at transforming cities to make them inclusive to all ages. Learn More

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