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PETALING JAYA: What happens when Malaysia reaches a population with more retirees than active adults and children? The prospect seems to be a distant reality, but statistics show that Malaysia is fast approaching the status of an ageing nation. Dr Wong Teck Wee, president of the Malaysian Healthy Ageing Society, said Malaysia would suffer a […]Read More
KUALA LUMPUR: Loneliness and other mental health issues among the elderly need to be looked into as the country becomes an ageing nation by 2030. The Malaysian Healthy Ageing Society (MHAS) advisor Prof Nathan Vytialingam said the government should consider having a separate ministry or division to focus on the ageing population. He said that […]Read More
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To promote the integrative approach towards the ageing process and to foster and co-ordinate education, study and research in ageing in Malaysia.
To Increase Vigilance among the Community
To increase vigilance among the community about the impact of longevity and ageing population on individuals and society if not address.
Information about Health Programmes
To provide information to empower consumers to make informed choices about health programs based on data from scientific studies.
Liaising with Various Professionals
To liaise with healthcare professionals, non-governmental organisations (NGO’s) and Government bodies in this country and associate with societies with similar objectives and interest in this country and overseas in the integrated approach towards the ageing process.