As the elderly population increases rapidly and globally with an improvement of the medical care, it is identified that the number of people over 60 years will be double by the 2050. There is, however, little evidence to suggest that older people today are experiencing their later years in better health than their parents. While rates of severe disability have declined in high-income countries over the past 30 years, there has been no significant change in mild to moderate disability over the same period.
Challenges and concerns in relation to an aging society are being faced with and actions must be taken, in order to create a more suitable environment for the growing elderly. Therefore, it is important to address the issues of having health care and medical support which to meet the needs of a silver age.
Alongside with one of the world’s trendiest lifestyle, LOHAS, 2020 TLSBE, invite you to join us in Hokkaido, Japan from August 5th to the 7th to exchange new researches and opinion in the field of LOHAS and a geriatric society.
We are pleased to invite your submissions. The following topics are some areas of interest for papers and posters, but the conference is open to all topics so long as they focus on the application in practice.