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No Support System
No Scoring System & Lack of Incentivisation
Ageing Population Rate & Lack of Senior Homes
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Personalised Care Services
Scoring & Incentivising Mechanism
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Our world is on the brink of a demographic milestone. Driven by remarkable increases in life
expectancy, our population is ageing at a fast rate. The people in the age group of 65 or above are
projected to reach 1.4 billion by 2030, and that number could reach as much as 3.1 billion by 2050.
The traditional systems have failed to resolve the issues of the aged-care sector such as a missing
support system, lack of senior homes, chaotic processes, and non-profiling of caretakers.
We at GladeAge are building a whole oldage care ecosystem where seniors will be given the best
options for personalised care and thoroughly vetted GladeAge homes to choose from. More than
that the GladeAge platform will also provide options for booking a caretaker on demand,
shopping for old care equipment and personal care services online and lease land for building
This ecosystem will be backed by the Blockchain Technology to make the system more efficient,
reliable, fast and secure.
This white paper has been created by GladeAge PTY (“GA”) for explanatory purposes only. Hence, all
the representations within this document are not to be relied upon. GladeAge makes no
representations or warranties (whether expressed or implied) and disclaims all liability arising from
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and could depreciate in full at any time. The actual results and the performance of GladeAge may
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Token Sale, refer t...
The world is on the brink of a demographic milestone. Ever since the beginning of recorded history
for the first time, the number of people aged 65 or older has been projected to outnumber the
population of children aged 5 or less. Factors like plunging fertility rates and noticeable increases
in life expectancy are driving our population to age at a faster pace, and it is expected to accelerate
At present, there are an estimated 962 million people aged 60 or over in the world, comprising 13
percent of the world population. The growth rate of people ageing 60 or above is about 3 percent
per year. Currently, Europe has the highest percentage of people aged 60 or over (25 percent). All the
other parts of the world will face a similar conundrum of accelerated ageing. By the year 2050,
except Africa, almost all the areas of the world will have about a quarter or a greater part of their
populations at the age of 60 and above.
By 2050, the number of people at or above the age o...
174 million people in Europe and North America are aged 65 years or older. This is about 40 million
people more than 20 years ago, and a further increase of approximately 93 million people is
expected within the next 20 years, which illustrates that population ageing is accelerating.
• The EU together with Switzerland and Norway accommodates more than half of all older
persons across the UNECE region. Although being relatively small regarding the surface area, more
than 89 million people aged 65 and older live in this part, and almost one-third of them are at least
80 years old. Amongst the six countries with the most significant number of older people in the
UNECE region, four nations belong to the EU.
• The share of those aged 80 and older within the total population is rising across countries in
the UNECE region.
• The most significant demographic changes are expected within the EU candidate and
potential candidate countries. Although this group of countries will still be am...
Problems of the aged-care sector
Traditional systems and processes in this industry or domain are very unorganised and not much
proper care or methodologies are being followed. This results in deplorable environmental
conditions and treatment of seniors making the accessibility of senior care services all the more
mentally and physically draining. Non-standardisation allows the rehabilitation centers and NPOs to
function according to their wish and will.
No Support System
There are no major support systems available that are well equipped to deal with our ageing
population rate. A few NPO institutions are available but they work with insufficient resources, and
there is no mechanism present to check their quality of service.
No Scoring System
Non-profiling of caretakers leads to a market phenomenon of ‘anything is fine’ attitude. Scoring
system brings in a competition between the stakeholders and in order to maintain their own
prosperity and existence ...
Research says that older people aged 65 to 79 tend to live as a couple, in contrast to the general
population, where households with more people, with children or other constellations, are the
dominant living arrangement. Nevertheless, a third of those aged 65 to 79 in Bulgaria and Spain still
live in larger households with more than two persons and children. On the contrary, this household
type is almost non- existent within the 65 to 79 age group in Northern European countries such as
Finland, the Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden.
Living arrangements of the oldest old (i.e., 80 and older) also show a clear South-North divide. While
most people in this age group live on their own in the Nordic countries (between 57 to 67%), this is
less common in Southern European countries such as Cyprus, Greece, Portugal and Spain.
According to the research data, one possible and plausible hypothesis for the differences in the
number of older people living in private households and institutions is th...
The sole purpose of GladeAge is to create a senior citizen-friendly atmosphere with all the
necessary care at their service. Our platform will provide anything and everything from personalised
care, thoroughly vetted GladeAge homes, elderly care equipment, caretaker on demand to personal
care services online. Our system is Ethereum-based; Blockchain Technology provides a greater
advantage in terms of effectiveness and efficiency to perform actions in an organized manner.
The following are the modules inside the ecosystem
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