Sympathy-Inducing Suit Simulates How It Feels To Be Elderly [Pics]
One bank cares about the overall well-being of its elderly customers.
How would you feel if the world you have come to know so well is now changing so rapidly that it’s leaving you in the dust? Horrible, right? According to Barclays‘ research, there are 4.3 million people over the age of 65 who are feeling disconnected from their own country, realizing the UK has become the playground of the young and daring. The challenges these elderly people need to face range from loud pop music played in shops to people unsympathetically pushing, shoving and forcing their way through crowded areas.
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