Category: Ageism affecting older people.
Attempts by the WHO and other institutions to eradicate ageism have been ineffective, but now that it is holding back business there are programmes for change.
A mobile phone company wanted younger, more dynamic men than the current sales manager, and one line manager said he didn’t want a team of bald-headed men like him – the firm ended up having to pay £71,000 compensation for ageism and discrimination.
Having to order drinks and meals by app on Smartphone discriminates against older people, says charity.
Having to pay by app on a smartphone in pubs and cafes discriminates against older people who don’t have them says Age UK
Older workers have lost more in the pandemic than the young, yet concerns are raised only for the latter.
The ‘great generation’ – the 90 year olds and up who sacrificed to build the country up after the Great Depression and the 2nd World War should be sacrificed in the Coronavirus crisis, Professor says.
How ‘love bombing’ can help people who feel lonely, even in company.
Backhanded compliments for seniors that are ageist.
God has a purpose for each purpose, right to the end of their lives.
Yesterday was World Suicide Prevention Day. The World Health Organisation’s figures show that every second someone commits suicide – one per second! Most of them are male, and certain groups are at higher risk of taking their lives.
Proverbs 31:8 says, ‘”Speak up for people who cannot speak for themselves. Protect the rights of all who are helpless,’ (GNT).
This evening there’s a Panorama programme at 9.00 o’clock showing how people are suffering because of the collapse of social care funding – both individuals and Local Authorities – Councils.
Christmas is a great time for showing the love of God and telling the salvation story. It’s when you’ll see people who don’t normally come