World Senior Citizens Day

World Senior Citizens Day: A day to express gratitude for the elderly

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Every year, on 21st August, we celebrate the World Senior Citizens day. The world has dedicated this day to raise awareness for issues faced by old age people all over the nations. The day creates enhanced attention on these points from age determination to elder abuse. On this day, people conducts many workshops all over the world, exchanging personal experiences with elderly life views. It also provides a way to address the factors that affect their health.

The aim of this day is to thank and honor the elders for all they’ve done for their families. In fact, they spend their entire lives to foster relations. Also, such good ethics they have brought in their family. In fact, all these elders deserves something great. That’s why we celebrate World Senior Citizen’s Day.

The age of various senior citizens depends on the source. According to a survey the person over 65 years of age known to be as the senior citizen. However, social security benefits are eligible for senior citizens of 62 or more years old. Also, reports from the social security office shows that 67 is the retirement age in some nations.

Some Ideas to Celebrate this day of Senior Citizens

  • Spend time with elderly loved ones.
  • Visit old age homes in the local areas.
  • Start gossips related to the family history.
  • Volunteer on projects which benefit elderly people.
  • Give respect to every elderly person.
  • Try to bring the smile on their faces with a small helping hand.

Global citizens are someone who knows their judgment. They also know the wider world and their stand in it. They play a very active role in their community. Even these elders work with others to make our planet fairer and more sustainable. Build up their own sense of events around the world.

It is a day of older people to remember and celebrate. In fact, it also aims to praise them for their contribution. It will surely boost their societal dignity and progress.

HAPPY WORLD SENIOR CITIZENS DAY

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