Numbers of Elderly in 24 Hour Care Will Double By 2035

Whilst the future funding of social care remains far from certain, one study published in the Lancet Public Health Journal last year, outlined the scale of the problem. The modelling study carried out by Newcastle University and the London School of Economics and Political Science, broadly concluded that by 2035:- the number of people aged 85 years and over needing 24 hour care is set to double; the number of 65 year olds and over needing round-the-clock care is also set to rise by a third The scale of the problem is further highlighted by the likelihood that these elderly people will develop multiple long term health conditions, such as dementia and diabetes, leading to increasingly comple

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