The elderly still have much to give

The elderly still have much to give

2 months ago

LETTERS: I am now a middle-aged man. With that, priorities have changed and I have started looking at how we treat the elderly.

For one, while the retirement age has been set at 60, I believe those aged 55 and above are still able to work at the optimum level.

However, some of those who decide to retire at 55 or 60 might not be used to a sedentary lifestyle.

This might lead to early stages of dementia, partially because they do not use their brains and motor skills as often as before.

For that reason alone, I taught my parents how to use the computer over 20 years ago.

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