I'm from kasargod district kerala in India.. I have to protect older people. Can you help me make my dream.
Social engagement is a critical component of healthy aging, so in thinking about aging, and in designing both clinical and policy interventions, we need to pay attention to the social life of older adults. When we design residential facilities and care programs, we need to recognize that the social component of those facilities and programs is an important—and positive—attribute. When we’re creating an intervention to promote mobility and exercise, we should think about including an obvious social component that encourages and facilitates social connections. Walking groups in malls or parks or neighborhoods, for example, give people the opportunity to connect with one another while exercising.
Populations worldwide are aging rapidly, and it’s incumbent on cities and communities to strive to meet the needs of this growing demographic. Through its Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities, the World Health Organization is identifying those cities around the world that are actively trying to better meet the needs of residents over 60 by integrating an aging perspective into urban planning and creating age-friendly urban environments. We want to give older people areas as housing, transportation, communication, health care, and outdoor spaces and buildings.
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