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The Concept of Active Aging

Discuss an explanation of how the concept of active aging might differ between developed and developing countries. Explain how the concept of active aging is related to health initiatives aimed at lowering the burden of disease for aging populations.

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Please follow this outline.

I- Concept of Active Aging

a- Provide an example of active aging in one developed country. Please share facts and evidence backed up with references,

b- Provide an example of active aging in one developing country. Please share facts and evidence backed up with references.

c- Explain how these concepts of active aging are different between the developing and developed countries you selected?

II- Health Initiatives

a- Provide an example of a program aimed at lowering the burden of disease for the aging population in the developed country you selected. Provide cite and reference the link in the reference section.

b- Provide an example of a program aimed at lowering the burden of disease for the aging population in the developing country you selected. Provide cite and reference the link in the reference section.

c- Explain the magnitude of differences, if any or similarities between the programs of developed and developing countries you selected related to the concepts of active aging and the health initiatives aimed at lowering the burden of disease for aging populations.

Thank you,

Some resources you can you use but you can find your own
Bhojani, U., Mishra, A., Amruthavalli, S., Devadasan, N., Kolsteren, P., De Henauw, S., & Criel, B. (2013). Constraints faced by urban poor in managing diabetes care: Patients’ perspectives from South India. Global Health Action, 6, 1–9.

Edvinsson, S., Lundevaller, E. H., & Malmberg, G. (2013). Do unequal societies cause death among the elderly? A study of the health effects of inequality in Swedish municipalities in 2006. Global Health Action, 6, 1–9.

Mendenhall, E., & Weaver, L. J. (2014). Reorienting women’s health in low- and middle-income countries: The case of depression and Type 2 diabetes. Global Health Action, 7, 1–4.

Peltzer, K., & Phaswana-Mafuya, N. (2013). Depression and associated factors in older adults in South Africa. Global Health Action, 6, 1–9.

Swartz, L., Kilian, S., Twesigye, J., Attah, D., & Chiliza, B. (2014). Language, culture, and task shifting—an emerging challenge for global mental health. Global Health Action, 7, 1–4.

World Health Organization. (2012a). Good health adds life to years (Global Brief for World Health Day 2012). Retrieved from http://www.who.int/ageing/publications/en/

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