Our Aging World Population: An Unprecedented Opportunity
You've read the numbers and they are staggering: by 2050 more than 2 billion people in the world will be over the age of 60. The World Health Organization (WHO) notes on its website that our aging population "will place an unprecedented demand on social and health care systems." Even in countries where city, county, state or federal government insurance programs or voucher systems are in place, the gap between the number of service hours subsidized and the growing numbers of seniors needing supplemental care is fast becoming an issue facing millions of families.
Business Achievement AND Altruistic Satisfaction
While these aging issues are a challenge to economic development worldwide, they also present prospects, the likes of which are seldom seen in any industry, for those with vision, foresight and a desire to make a difference in their area of the world. These are some of the key areas that the Home Instead Senior Care® network has determined are prime territories in need of in-home senior care services.
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