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Preparing for the 100-year life
Date: Tuesday, 9 April
Time: 8.30am - 10.00am
Location: Havas Village London, 3 St Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG
Join our panel event to explore how we prepare society to cope as advances in modern medicine enable citizens to live longer. From public health to work and retirement, we’ll examine implications of a hundred-year life and what it means for Government, industry and the wider population.  

As babies born today may be expected to live to 100, how do we prepare society to cope with the needs of an aging population? From increasing responsibility to looking after our own health, to creating the right housing mix and social care settings for elder life, to managing expectations about work & retirement, this demographic change will have cross cutting impacts.
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