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  • Service: Infrastructure
  • Industry: Public Sector (PS), Federal Government, Provincial Government, Real Estate, Health & Life Sciences
  • Type: White paper
  • Date: 7/5/2013

An uncertain age: Reimagining long term care in the 21st century  

With the number of people aged 60 and over expected to double to two billion in the next 40 years, the world’s population is aging at an unprecedented rate - an urgent issue that societies and healthcare systems simply cannot afford to ignore.
An Uncertain Age
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Few, if any, societies have truly faced up to the magnitude of the long-term elderly care crisis. If this system fails it will have devastating consequences for elderly individuals, their families, the economy and wider society. Without swift action, such a gloomy outlook is probable rather than possible.


KPMG has brought together comments and opinions from 46 thought leaders, professionals and practitioners in the aged care sector in selected countries, including Canada. View the Canadian - An uncertain age: Reimagining long term care in the 21st century landing page for more information.


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Lorne Burns

Lorne Burns

National Industry Leader, Real Estate


Georgina H. Black

Georgina H. Black

National Industry Leader, Health & Life Sciences


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