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Could this be what Agenda 2030 is? "The 2030 Problem: Caring for Aging Baby Boomers"

 
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Could this be what Agenda 2030 is? "The 2030 Problem: Caring for Aging Baby Boomers"
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Principal Findings
The economic burden of aging in 2030 should be no greater than the economic burden associated with raising large numbers of baby boom children in the 1960s. The real challenges of caring for the elderly in 2030 will involve: (1) making sure society develops payment and insurance systems for long-term care that work better than existing ones, (2) taking advantage of advances in medicine and behavioral health to keep the elderly as healthy and active as possible, (3) changing the way society organizes community services so that care is more accessible, and (4) altering the cultural view of aging to make sure all ages are integrated into the fabric of community life.

Conclusions
To meet the long-term care needs of Baby Boomers, social and public policy changes must begin soon. Meeting the financial and social service burdens of growing numbers of elders will not be a daunting task if necessary changes are made now rather than when Baby Boomers actually need long-term care.

A major public policy concern in the long-term care field is the potential burden an aging society will place on the care-giving system and public finances. The “2030 problem” involves the challenge of assuring that sufficient resources and an effective service system are available in thirty years, when the elderly population is twice what it is today. Much of this growth will be prompted by the aging of the Baby Boomers, who in 2030 will be aged 66 to 84—the “young old”—and will number 61 million people. In addition to the Baby Boomers, those born prior to 1946—the “oldest old”—will number 9million people in 2030.

This paper assesses the economic dimensions of the 2030 problem. The first half of the paper reviews the literature and logic that suggest that aging in general, and long-term care services in particular, will represent an overwhelming economic burden on society by 2030.
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Re: Could this be what Agenda 2030 is? "The 2030 Problem: Caring for Aging Baby Boomers"
could this also be why they're bringing in all the working aged illegal immigrants?
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Re: Could this be what Agenda 2030 is? "The 2030 Problem: Caring for Aging Baby Boomers"
Euthanasia is the goal

Caring... is just the fake next step to euthanasia

Assisted dying
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Re: Could this be what Agenda 2030 is? "The 2030 Problem: Caring for Aging Baby Boomers"
the first adult day care opened here, also for people with dementia.


It is a drop-in center, that is great for anyone caring for a relative who needs to do something else that day.

This kind of place makes it MUCH easier to coordinate living a life and taking care of a parent (usually) in your home.



NOT agreeing with 2030 or ANY agenda - saying there is a need for elder care outside of nursing homes etc.
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Re: Could this be what Agenda 2030 is? "The 2030 Problem: Caring for Aging Baby Boomers"
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]

Principal Findings
The economic burden of aging in 2030 should be no greater than the economic burden associated with raising large numbers of baby boom children in the 1960s. The real challenges of caring for the elderly in 2030 will involve: (1) making sure society develops payment and insurance systems for long-term care that work better than existing ones, (2) taking advantage of advances in medicine and behavioral health to keep the elderly as healthy and active as possible, (3) changing the way society organizes community services so that care is more accessible, and (4) altering the cultural view of aging to make sure all ages are integrated into the fabric of community life.

Conclusions
To meet the long-term care needs of Baby Boomers, social and public policy changes must begin soon. Meeting the financial and social service burdens of growing numbers of elders will not be a daunting task if necessary changes are made now rather than when Baby Boomers actually need long-term care.

A major public policy concern in the long-term care field is the potential burden an aging society will place on the care-giving system and public finances. The “2030 problem” involves the challenge of assuring that sufficient resources and an effective service system are available in thirty years, when the elderly population is twice what it is today. Much of this growth will be prompted by the aging of the Baby Boomers, who in 2030 will be aged 66 to 84—the “young old”—and will number 61 million people. In addition to the Baby Boomers, those born prior to 1946—the “oldest old”—will number 9million people in 2030.

This paper assesses the economic dimensions of the 2030 problem. The first half of the paper reviews the literature and logic that suggest that aging in general, and long-term care services in particular, will represent an overwhelming economic burden on society by 2030.
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Re: Could this be what Agenda 2030 is? "The 2030 Problem: Caring for Aging Baby Boomers"
the first adult day care opened here, also for people with dementia.


It is a drop-in center, that is great for anyone caring for a relative who needs to do something else that day.

This kind of place makes it MUCH easier to coordinate living a life and taking care of a parent (usually) in your home.



NOT agreeing with 2030 or ANY agenda - saying there is a need for elder care outside of nursing homes etc.
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What happens when they want to leave or drop out of the drop in center?

Who’s going to stop them?

Legally no one.
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Re: Could this be what Agenda 2030 is? "The 2030 Problem: Caring for Aging Baby Boomers"
the first adult day care opened here, also for people with dementia.


It is a drop-in center, that is great for anyone caring for a relative who needs to do something else that day.

This kind of place makes it MUCH easier to coordinate living a life and taking care of a parent (usually) in your home.



NOT agreeing with 2030 or ANY agenda - saying there is a need for elder care outside of nursing homes etc.
 Quoting: beeches


Maybe looking at the “Blue Zone” communities is a good place to start???
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Re: Could this be what Agenda 2030 is? "The 2030 Problem: Caring for Aging Baby Boomers"
could this also be why they're bringing in all the working aged illegal immigrants?
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I'm a white male boomer, born 1950.

If I make it to 2030, I can just picture
Miguel and Jose surrendering half their
paycheck from busting their balls picking
fruit to pay for my diapers and nursing care.

Who thinks THAT is going to fly?

(BTW, knowing full well that they'll never
see a plug nickel of their money come
back to them in THEIR "old age")


epiclol
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Re: Could this be what Agenda 2030 is? "The 2030 Problem: Caring for Aging Baby Boomers"
Euthanasia is the goal

Caring... is just the fake next step to euthanasia

Assisted dying
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Yes, the oldsters will not make it to 2030





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