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These researchers suggested that there are three ways to age – normally (without disease or disability), optimally (in a facilitatory physical and social environment) or pathologically (with disease, such as dementia). Autonomy, agency, dignity and a positive sense of self have also been advocated as important elements in successful ageing (Glass 2003, Bowling and Illiffe 2006). Over the last 10 years, more user-focused definitions of successful ageing have developed. Older people’s definitions include being in good health, independence in everyday activity, personal resilience, autonomy and agency, financial and environmental security, maintenance of social roles, activities and relationships, and a productive lifestyle (Phelan et al.
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