Loneliness and the aging population
How businesses and governments can address a looming crisis
Improving how older adults engage with the world For the aging population, loneliness is more than a state of mind – it is an emerging risk factor that has implications for personal, economic and societal well-being. A range of stakeholders, including business leaders, medical professionals, governments, advocacy groups and social service organizations, has a significant interest in preventing, identifying and addressing the root causes of loneliness. Without countermeasures, older adults face continued detachment from the mainstream, even as their numbers grow. Our newest research explores how organizations in many industries can act to help older adults strengthen their social fabric and reconnect to others.
How can IBM help you?
Helping family and caregivers to proactively monitor the health and well-being of our seniors