Publications

A selection of the latest ageing research publications can be accessed here. CARDI publications are highlighted by the CARDI icon to the right of each title. You can suggest additional publications you would like to see listed here.

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Long-Term Economic Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse on Survivors

19th August 2014, TILDA/ESRI

A new Research Bulletin published by the ESRI and Trinity College Dublin today (Friday August 15th 2014) reports on a study which examined whether people who experienced childhood sexual abuse (CSA) suffered long-term economic consequences in terms of lower attachment to the labour market and/or lower incomes.

Good Practice in the Design of Homes and Living Spaces for People with Dementia and Sight Loss

14th August 2014, The Thomas Pocklington Trust and Stirling University

The Thomas Pocklington Trust and Stirling University have launched new insights into how to improve the independence of people with dementia and sight loss. A new set of guidelines outlining practical steps that can be taken in people's homes (private homes or care homes) was published, and a new searchable online resource also went live. Read more here.

Fuller Working Lives: a framework for action

14th August 2014, Department for Work and Pensions

‘Fuller Working Lives: a framework for action’ explains how working longer can benefit individuals, businesses, society and the economy. It sets out a number of new actions we will take to help people have fuller working lives. It is a publication from the UK's Department for Work and Pensions .Read the publication here.

Population ageing will dampen economic growth over the next two decades

7th August 2014, Moodys Investors Service

The unprecedented pace of aging will impose a demographic tax that will slow economic growth over the next 20 years in both developed and emerging market economies, as working-age populations shrink and household savings rates decline, says Moody's Investors Service in a Special Comment report published today.

The Future of Loneliness

7th August 2014, Friends of the Elderly UK

Friends of the Elderly UK have launched a new research report, The Future of Loneliness, which shows that over five million older people in the UK are affected by loneliness, with more than a million (1 in 10 older people) saying they often feel lonely.

The Future of Loneliness: Facing the challenge of loneliness for older people in the UK, 2014 to 2030 was conducted by FotE in partnership with global trends and insight firm the Future Foundation. Key findings include:

Draft National Standards for Residential Care Settings for Older People in Ireland 2014

30th July 2014, HIQA

The Health Information and Quality Authority has begun a nationwide public consultation on new National Standards for nursing homes and residential care settings providing services to older people. The draft standards are available here. The final date for receipt of submissions is 24 September 2014. To take part in the consultation go here.

 

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