Elderly individuals today are having a more active lifestyle, traveling, enjoying various hobbies, and so much more, a survey by Japan’s Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry states.
With this, the premise stating that elderly people must be 65 years old and above may still need to be reviewed. As life span becomes longer now, more provisions for their care also entails careful analysis.
In Japan, specifically, the usual healthy life expectancy for women is 74.21 while for men it’s 71.19. Thus, it may also be necessary to consider revisions in senior care management to fit the current senior health situation.
What about home care services? It goes the same too. With regard to these changes, our beloved elderly will be able to receive the best care they deserve.
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