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Indice de envejecimiento activo

Active Ageing Index

The Active Ageing Index measures the level of independent living among elderly people, their participation in paid work and in social activities and their capacity for active and healthy ageing. It is made up of 22 indicators grouped into four domains: employment, social participation, independent and secure living and capacity for healthy ageing. The  alues of the index range between 0 and 100. The highest values indicate a greater degree of use of the potential of older people.

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The level of cultural participation in our country is similar to that of other European countries, with the exception of the Nordic countries. From a comparative perspective, this article by the Social Observatory of "la Caixa” analyses the effects of education level, age, income and some variables of the employment situation on attendance rates.


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