The Evolution of Government’s Attention Towards Older Person: a Critical Review of Malaysia 5 Years Plan View Full Text


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DATE

2019-03-07

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Nur Amalina binti Aziz, Yarina binti Ahmad

ABSTRACT

This paper analyses the evolution of government’s attention towards older person in Malaysia by reviewing Malaysia five years plan. Malaysia began to emphasise older person issues in 1995, following the introduction of the National Policy of Older Person. In 1997, the idea of healthy ageing was brought into attention through the first introduction of National Health Policy for Older Person. Subsequently in 20 eras, Malaysia started to grasp the idea of active ageing and productive ageing and this could be seen through the emphasised implementation of National Health Policy for Older Person, life-long learning programs as well as the improved retirement age of 60 years to promote productive ageing. In the Tenth Malaysia Plan, the government highlighted issues namely improvement of facilities, provision of accessible health care, and utilization of ICT on public services for older person. The ongoing plan emphasises the preparation of older person after retirement. This paper concludes that the attention for older person in Malaysia is still far behind compared to other developed countries. This is among the gaps that Malaysia needs to take a heed in order to be ready to take on ageing country status by 2030. More... »

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319-330

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