Long-term care in Germany and the UK

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Title of host publicationSocial Policy in Ageing Societies: Britain and Germany compared
DatePublished - 2009
Pagespp. 202-232
Number of pages31
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Place of PublicationBasingstoke
EditorsA Walker, G Naegele
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Print)978-0-230-52098-1

Abstract

Current figures and future demographic projections in the UK and Germany are quite similar. By 2030 around a quarter of the population of each country is expected to be aged 65 and over and one in 16 people will be 80-plus. Future demand for long-term care in both countries is therefore expected to increase substantially over the next three decades.

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  • social care services issues, older people, funding issues, comparative research

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