Elderly

Taiwan is becoming a “hyper-aged” society (20 percent of the population 65 or over) within 10 years, which is the fastest among advanced economies. Facing this rapidly aging trend, many social enterprises offer a variety of innovative services for senior citizens to enhance physical and mental health. By implementing more practices of Active Aging, Taiwan is on the way of an aging-friendly society.

This magical TV box allows the elderly to talk to their children by just changing the channel

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iHealth’s pioneering home-delivery pharmacy– it’s completely free!

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The coming of a “super-aged society”: how Taiwan, the fastest ageing population, is responding

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An “accessible” shuttle service that helps those with mobility problems travel to the ends of the Earth

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“When you dream, you forget how old you are.” This fund puts aside age to help the elderly fulfil their dreams

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