Ping An Zhen Yi Nian Partners with PAC for Dementia Care Training

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By Online Dementia JournalDecember 16th, 2021

Ping An Zhen Yi Nian Partners with PAC for Dementia Care Training

by Charles Lin,

Ping An Zhen Yi Nian

Later than in the US, China's so-called Baby Boomers were born from 1963 to 1970, when the country witnessed around 30 million newborns per year, with the birth rate falling from the early 1970s. Benefiting from Chinese economic reform, Boomers became a more affluent generation. Compared to traditional seniors, they show more interest in fashion, technology, and quality of life.

The rapid development of society is significantly challenging the role of China's traditional filial piety culture. People's awareness of filial piety is gradually weakening and fading. In the past, only after the children were unable to take care of the elderly at home and had no choice did they look for the assistance of a residential care facility. Now, people's concept of retirement has changed. For example, instead of moving into a residential care facility when the elderly can no longer live at home, they plan for it earlier, in their 40s-50s. Residential care facilities nowadays advocate active aging in China, which means that becoming old is inevitable, but we could try to stay healthy and energetic to alleviate the disease and physical decline.

Today, more than 180 million seniors in China suffer from chronic diseases, and there are about 15 million people aged 60 and above living with dementia. Therefore, the demand for care services for seniors living with dementia shows a rapid growth trend. The number of people with dementia in China is expected to reach over 22 million by 2030 and 29 million by 2050.

There is no cure for dementia, but professional care can reduce the disease, slow the progression, and improve the quality of life. That's why we build residential communities in China and have reached a partnership with PAC. We are thrilled to partner with PAC to bring their empirical and industry-leading care to China.

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