You have searched for "active ageing"
Showing 1-10 of 68
PETALING JAYA: Next year’s Bantuan Prihatin Rakyat (BPR) financial aid will be a relief for those most affected by a tumultuous 2020.
A longer life expectancy is often seen as a blessing but the reality is that many Malaysians simply cannot afford to live longer due to insufficient savings and the absence of retirement plans.
These older individuals prove it's possible to practise active ageing and be physically and mentally strong during the RMCO.
WHEN approaching the age of 60, most people will be preparing for retirement. This means that soon-to-be retirees have to find other means to occupy their day.
KWAP’s Karnival Rasa Sayang is back to get retirees up on their feet.
SERDANG: The government plans to set up a senior citizen activity centre known as Pusat Aktiviti Warga Emas (Pawe) in every parliamentary constituency in the country, says Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
Everyone needs adequate finances to age healthy with grace and dignity. For those who are not so fortunate, then the Government is responsible to find cost-efficient and practical solutions to address the looming challenge.
Policies and practices for aged care, which includes dementia, are moving very slowly because most national health policies are focused on other non-communicable diseases.