2 edition of Projections of Ohio"s older disabled population found in the catalog.
Projections of Ohio"s older disabled population
Shahla A Mehdizadeh
|Statement||Shahla A. Mehdizadeh, Suzanne R. Kunkel, P. Neal Ritchey|
|Contributions||Kunkel, Suzanne R, Ritchey, P. Neal, Scripps Gerontology Center, Ohio Long-Term Care Research Project|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
Scripps Gerontology Center (). Projections and Characteristics of the 60+ Population. Scripps Gerontology Center, Miami University, Oxford, OH. Available at This research was funded as part of a grant from the Ohio General Assembly, through the Ohio Board of Regents to the Ohio Long-Term Care Research Project. Cleveland, Ohio's estimated population is , based to our projections of the most recent United States census estimates. Cleveland is the 2nd largest city in Ohio, currently growing at % annually, and has grown % since The population density of Cleveland is 4, people/mi². The median age in. Cleveland is 36 years, years for males, and 37 years for females.
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Projections of Ohio's older disabled population (Ohio long-term care research project) [Mehdizadeh, Shahla A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Projections of Ohio's older disabled population (Ohio long-term care research project)Author: Shahla A Mehdizadeh.
Projections of Ohio’s Older Disabled Population: to Shahla A. Mehdizadeh Suzanne R. Kunkel P. Neal Ritchey Scripps Gerontology Center Miami University Oxford, OH July of people in each age-gender group. As was discussed in the population projections section (se. Figure 3), the greatest increases in the 60+ population are expected in the and 90+ age.
groups, while more modest increases are expected in the and age groups. The population composition of the state is shifting older: bymore than 1 in 4 Ohioans will be age 60 and older.
The Scripps Gerontology Center researches aging and disability-related population trends in Ohio to inform planning, policy, and economic development at the state and county level.
Population Projections by Age and Sex, to STATE OF OHIO Census Count Prepared by: Office of Research April ; Author: Howison, Jeffrey Created Date:File Size: 42KB.
Projection Methodology. Projection Update Overview. Selected Population Characteristics. Educational Attainment by County - Map. Ohio Population Overview. Ohio's African American Population. Ohio's Asian Population. Ohio's Hispanic / Latino Population.
The Ohio Poverty Report. The median age across the population in Ohio is approximately years of age. When it comes to the ratio of females to males, Ohio has % females and % males. Total occupied homes in Ohio with people under 18 years old: Total: 4,; Population of homes with one or more people under 18 years: 1, Talking To Kids - COVID Checklist.
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Projections for the United States: to The population projections for the United States are the third set of projections based on the Census. Prior series based on the Census were released in and Projections for beneficiaries aged 60 or older are provided for comparison.
Inwe project that: The oldest old will include more women and widows, but fewer disabled, than those aged 60 or older. The median benefit amount will be higher for the oldest old than for those aged 60 or older.
The U.S. Census Bureau is the leading source of quality data about the American people, our businesses and the economy. Visit the U.S. Census Bureau website for: Data about older adults (age 55+) Population and housing estimates.
Population projections. Profiles and Projections of Ohio's 60+ Population: County-by-County. Research ; The purpose of these reports is to present the unique profile of the older population (60+) in each of Ohio's 88 counties and to project the number of older people and the prevalence of disability among this population.
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United States Population Estimate: By Age and Sex Both SexesFile Size: KB. The current estimated U.S. population 65 and older: U.S. Seniors: 50 Million Strong. In November ofthe U.S. surpassed 50 Million Seniors Source: The U.S. has reached a new milestone - a population of over 50 million seniors for the first time in the history of the USA.
NOTE: These data refer to the resident population; data for years – are projections of the population. SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau 74 percent of Medicare-enrolled and-older individuals were “non-disabled.” That number rose to 81 percent in – the older population has a lower proportion of people living in.
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SIZE AND GROWTH OF THE ELDERLY POPULATION. Traditionally, the “elderly” are considered to be those persons age 65 and older.
By that definition, in there were just over 30 million elderly people in the United States, more than 12 percent of the total U.S. population of nearly million ().This group makes up the vast majority, almost 96 percent, of Medicare recipients.
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Rabe Issued October ACS INTRODUCTION Lower fertility and increased longevity have led to the rapid growth of the older population across the world and in the United Size: KB.During the next 20 years, the national population, as well as the population in Ohio, will grow older.
In anticipation of this impending change, we have created this series of reports to help Ohio area agencies on aging, service providers, and other organizations that are not directly involved in aging services to better plan for the needs of the aging population.