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  • Current and Emerging Issues

    Facing Canadian Seniors

    Dr. Jane Barratt

    Secretary General, International Federation on Ageing

    Welcome to Fireside Chat #387

    April 23, 2014 1:00-2:30 PM Eastern Time

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    BC

    AB

    SK

    MB

    ON

    QC

    NB

    NS

    PEI

    NL

    YK

    NWT

    NU

    Other

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    What sector are you from? Public Health

    Education

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    Govt/Ministry

    Health practitioner

    NGO

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  • Advisor on Tap:

    Dr. Jane Barratt Secretary General

    International Federation on Ageing (IFA)

    [email protected]

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  • Urbanization

    Population Ageing

    Urbanisation

    Globalization

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  • To improve policy responses to

    age-related issues

    through

    Analysis of country trends

    applicable to the Canadian context

    GOAL

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  • METHODOLOGY

    What do you consider to be the

    5 current and emerging issues in your country?

    Gathering intelligence

    Mixed methods

    - Interviews and surveys

    Tiered approach

    Across sectors and

    disciplines

    Validating responses

    Making sense of information

    Synthesis of subject matter

    Validation of priorities

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  • CURRENT AGEING ISSUES

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  • EMERGING ISSUES

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  • PRIORITIES

    Elder Abuse

    Ageism and Discrimination

    Ageing Workforce

    Being Active and Connected

    Healthcare Sustainability

    Caregiving

    Ageing in Place

    WHOSE PRIORITIES AND WHY?

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  • Synthesis Outcome

    Care Active

    Ageing

    Ageing in Place

    Caregiving

    Hlthcare Sust. Connected

    Contribution vs

    Dependency

    Issues

    SYNTHESIS THROUGH WHAT LENS IS POLICY

    DEVELOPED

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  • ACTIVE AGEING POLICY FRAMEWORK

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  • A NEW APPROACH

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  • LINEAR LIFE PLAN

    Age

    Education Work Leisure

    0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 85

    Longevity

    Bonus

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  • CYCLIC LIFE PLAN

    Education Work Leisure

    Longevity Bonus

    Longevity Bonus

    Longevity Bonus

    Longevity Bonus

    Age

    0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 85

    Leisure

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  • Flexible Work

    Conditions

    Family care duties

    Health issues

    2nd and 3rd Careers

    Choice / or not to work

    No retraining opportunities

    Retirement Volunteerism

    Stigmatism 20

  • RELATIONSHIP TO ACTIVE AGEING

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  • Non-communicable Diseases, WHO

    NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 4 diseases, 4 modifiable shared risk factors

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    Age

    Dev

    elo

    pm

    ent

    of

    NC

    D

    Fetal Life

    Adult Life

    Adolescence

    Infancy and Childhood

    SEP diseases growth rate

    obesity lack of PA smoking

    SES, established adult behavioural/biological risk factors

    SEP; birth weight, maternal

    nutrition status

    Source:Aboderin et al., 2002

    Accumulated Risk

    (Range)

    high Fetal Life

    SCOPE FOR PREVENTION

    low

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  • FACTORS IMPACTING CHANGE

    National

    Index of

    Wellbeing

    Coordinating

    Implementation

    Laws

    Voice of

    Older

    People Office

    Champions Minister

    Prevailing

    Orthodoxies

    Impatience

    Culture

    Fear

    of

    Change

    Ageism

    Above the water-line hard factors

    Below the water-line soft factors

    Stereo-

    typing

    Values

    Inter-

    Generational

    Conflict

    Whole

    System

    Change

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  • Specific Research

    Gap

    Knowledge mobilisation

    Gap

    Policy and Practice

    Gap

    Resource and Action Gap

    NGOs

    Business

    Academia

    Government

    RESPONDING TO THE GAPS

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  • Is it possible to [provide] care

    without caring?

    Preventing premature death

    linked to social and familial

    change

    Speed of ageing impacts the

    ability of systems

    Priorities change within and

    across gender and culture

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  • What is the social and economic

    dividend associated with longevity?

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  • Please introduce yourself!

    Name

    Organization

    Location

    Group in Attendance?

    Joining by Telephone + Back

    up PowerPoint?

    RSVP via email:

    Respond to the access instructions

    email

    [email protected]

    How to post comments/questions

    during the Fireside Chat

    Joining in by Telephone +

    Adobe Connect Internet

    Conference

    Use the Adobe Connect text

    box

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