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Your future is getting inexorably nearer – but will that be in high-tech comfort in your own home, down the road in a state-of-the-art facility or one giant leap away, perhaps to another planet?

There is overwhelming evidence that, with the silver tsunami on our doorsteps, care demand could look radically different in the future. The social impact will also be felt across the generations and aging in place technology will have to keep pace with the changing landscape.

Longevity.Technology: New technology has the potential to change how care is provided in both the home and community – tell us what you think. Do you want to age in place? Would you be happy with an AI robot helping you cook your dinner? How do you feel about sharing your personal information online? Is off-worlding the answer to these problems?

All these questions are relevant to your future – whether you are in your 20s or your 70s, this is your future. It’s time to make your voice heard! By answering the short survey below (approximately 5 minutes), we can help future you age in place. And for a spot of instant gratification, you’ll see all the answers so far once you’ve finished!

Selected Value: 1
1 = Excellent to 5 = Poor
Selected Value: 1
1 = Not concerned at all – 5 = Extremely concerned
No oneClose familyClose friendCarer/ care companyHealthcare providerFinancial services provider
Health data
Financial data
Personal data
Not concernedConcernedExtremely concerned
Completing daily activities
Mobility decline
Cognitive decline
Social isolation
Selected Value: 1
1 = Not at all comfortable: 5 = Very comfortable

 

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Beth Hyndman
Whilst completing a BSc Neuroscience degree at Cardiff University, Beth worked at the UK Dementia Research Institute investigating therapeutic approaches for neurodegenerative disease. Using genetic markers in Drosophila (fruit flies) she characterised a novel model for Huntington’s Disease for future research into diseased cell degeneration. Since graduating, Beth has been working at multiple NHS Test and Trace sites, helping identify COVID-19 levels across the UK throughout the pandemic. Beth is enthusiastic in uncovering advancements to tackle the decline in cognitive health in the aging population, where both neurological and psychological impairments are significantly impacting longevity.

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