REPORTS:

The Reablement: From “Doing for” to “Helping Restore Function and Quality of Life”

ILC-Japan has published a booklet titled “The Reablement.” It aims to transform the idea of support for people with mild disabilities from “doing for” to “helping restore function and quality of life.”

Care for elderly people with a migration background in Amsterdam: A future perspective

In Amsterdam, the number of seniors with a migration background who need care is increasing rapidly. This group of seniors is not only getting older and more in need of care, but is also increasingly diverse.

Protecting the human rights of older persons: Challenges to the human rights of older people during and after COVID-19

Globally, COVID-19 has led to debilitating effects and posed significant human rights challenges for older persons.

The invisible epidemic: Rethinking the detection and treatment of structural heart disease in Europe

Structural heart disease (SHD) is a set of cardiovascular conditions that affect the structure of the valves, atria, ventricles and blood vessels in the heart.

Healthier for longer: Improving adult immunisation uptake in Singapore

This report was made in collaboration with ILC Singapore and explores the relationship between Singapore’s ageing population and adult vaccination.

Ageing in Australia: Challenges and Opportunities

This volume provides a comprehensive view of Australia’s geographically and socially diverse ageing population, the emerging needs and challenges, the opportunities and responses to meet these needs, and how Australians can benefit from the communal and individual rewards afforded by human longevity.