Sunday, November 26, 2017

Judicial Approach towards the Rights of Elderly Persons

Judicial Approach towards the Rights of Elderly Persons

Rights of elderly people



Older people should have access to adequate food, water, housing, clothing and health care, through income, support from their families and the community, and their own self-sufficiency and have the opportunity to work or have access to other possibilities of obtaining income.



They should be able to participate in determining when and to what extent they will stop performing work activities. They should have access to appropriate educational and training programs. And have the possibility to live in safe environments that are adaptable to their personal preferences and their continually changing abilities. They should be able to reside in their own home for as long as possible.


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