3rd Ageing Asia Industry Training Global Masterclass Indonesia
SENIORS LIVING & AGED CARE FINANCIAL MODELS FOR ASIA
13 May 2016 | Balai Kartini Convention and Exhibition Centre, Jakarta, Indonesia
The Ageing Asia Industry Training Global Masterclass Indonesia 2016, focused on Seniors Living and Aged Care Financial Models for Asia will bring together the world's leading experts in seniors living and elderly care to share global best practices in financial sustainability in seniors living and aged care for Indonesia and Asia. Delegates will learn, develop, operate and foster partnerships to drive innovation in seniors living models that will change the future of ageing.
Indonesia has a population of over 249 million, with around 20 million or 8% of the population aged over 60 as of 2013. GDP per capita is US$3,475. Life expectancy at birth is 71 years and healthy life expectancy is 60 years, leaving a gap of about 11 years which some form of care is needed – either in the form of assisted living or nursing care. By 2030, 14% of the population or close to 41 million will be aged over 60, according to the 3rd Asia Pacific Silver Economy Business Opportunities Report 2015.
The increase in older adults who need some form of care will double in the next 15 years. There is a need to provide sufficient living alternatives and services to cater to the needs and demand regardless public or privately. This encompasses institutional care facilities and in home care to support elderly that require medical care or long-term care, likewise senior living facilities for the healthy and active elderly to continue living an active, independent and meaningful life.
Programme Learning Objectives:
- Global seniors living financial sustainability, affordability and operational models
- Seniors living in Indonesia and Asia: What’s the right operational model?
- Delivering a high quality community living environment with the assurance of on demand care
- Identifying the right operational model: Ownership versus Rental
- Smart living and healthcare technologies to support successful ageing
Who should attend?
- Chairman | Board Members | CEO | CIO | COO | Senior Management Team | Operations Team
- Real Estate Developers
- Retirement Villages & Aged Care
- Home Care Providers
- Healthcare Groups
Registration is now open -
Early bird registration ends 31 March 2016. Ageing Asia Alliance members receive additional discount on top of the early bird rate. Special rates are available for group booking.