Number of older adults with long-term care needs will triple by 2050, PAHO warns


The number of adults over 60 requiring long-term care will more than triple in the Americas over the next three decades, from around 8 million people today to between 27 million and 30 million by 2050. On the International Day of Older Persons, October 1, aging experts at the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) are urging countries to strengthen their health systems to be able to respond to their needs.

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