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Elderly: Who Cares?

Since 2001, care homes have seen an 11% increase in their overall population aged 65 or over. On whom does the moral responsibility fall to accommodate our increasingly aging population? Are our elderly parents merely a burden on state resources or an integral part of our children's upbringing?
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18 Nov 2017, 19:00
Slough, Langley Rd, Slough, Langley SL3 7EF, UK

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Who Has The Moral Duty Of Care For The Elderly, in Modern Britain?

Since 2001, care homes have seen an 11% increase in their overall population aged 65 or over. On whom does the moral responsibility fall to accommodate our increasingly aging population? We may have learnt to preserve life, but have we sacrificed love in our efforts? Are our elderly parents merely a burden on state resources or an integral part of our children's upbringing? What are the effects on either party of grandparents and grandchildren coinciding?

Hear the insights of our expert witnesses at out next panel discussion, exploring our moral duty to our predecessors

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