5 publications that are related to Ageing , sorted by release date
People in the oldest age groups in the UK (90 to 104 and 105 and over) by sex and age, and comparisons of the oldest populations in the 4 constituent countries of the UK.
Allweddeiriau: Ageing, older people, population, 90 and over, Centenarian
The impact of birth patterns around the time of the First World War and the influence of the Spanish 'flu' pandemic that followed on the size and make up of today's population aged 90 and over
Allweddeiriau: ageing, World War 1, Spanish flu
Changes in the Older Resident Care Home Population between 2001 and 2011
Allweddeiriau: census analysis, social care, living in care, care of the elderly, retirement homes, sheltered accommodation
Characteristics of Older People: What does the 2011 Census tell us about the "oldest old" living in England & Wales? (Latest release)Report describing the characteristics of the older population in England and Wales.
Allweddeiriau: 85 and older,elderly,care homes,65 and over
We take a look at older people aged 65 and over in England and Wales. Analysis includes marital status, living arrangements, housing tenure, economic activity and general health and provision of unpaid care. In 2011, 9.2 million residents were aged 65 and over, an increase of almost 1 million from 2001 with 8.3 million. Results show that just 50% of those aged over 65 reported their health to be “very good” or “good”, compared with 88% of the rest of the population.
Allweddeiriau: disability, care needs, carers