Home Health Care

Home Health Care: Cashing in on an Aging Population

But it’s not as bad as it may seem, perhaps their biggest impact is yet to come, and it may be surprisingly positive. Business opportunities Take a look at this list of facts: Life expectancies have risen from a global average of 49 in 1955 to 72 today There are 10, 000 people turning 65 in the US every day. By 2040, the global population of people aged sixty five and above is expected to double. By the end of this decade, the spending worth of those over the age of sixty will hit $15 trillion worldwide, an increase of

But it’s not as bad as it may seem, perhaps their biggest impact is yet to come, and it may be surprisingly positive. Business opportunities Take a look at this list of facts: Life expectancies have risen from a global average of 49 in 1955 to 72 today There are 10, 000 people turning 65 in the US every day. By 2040, the global population of people aged sixty five and above is expected to double. By the end of this decade, the spending worth of those over the age of sixty will hit $15 trillion worldwide, an increase of $7 trillion dollars in 2010 What this means is that as our beloved grandma and grandpa head further and further into the twilight of life, no doubt at some point they’ll face the decision – to stay in their homes and receive health care there, or to move to a facility