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International Journal of Frontiers in Sociology, 2023, 5(13); doi: 10.25236/IJFS.2023.051304.

Research on Smart Elderly Service Issues in Xi'an


Siyi Yang

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Siyi Yang

Northwest University of Political Science and Law, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China


According to the statistics of the seventh national population census, population aging in Xi'an city shows a fast growth rate, and the demand for old-age care is constantly highlighted, and smart old-age care has become an important element of the current old-age care service system. Starting from the holistic perspective of smart aging, the article focuses on the problems of smart aging services by comprehensively analysing the policy, supply and demand levels of smart aging in Xi'an City, and thus proposes to strengthen the top-level design and improve the supervision system at the policy level; to strengthen the cultivation of professional talent teams and increase public investment at the supply level, and to perfect the supply of services; and to improve the information technology level of the elderly at the demand level and to expand the services. The optimisation measures to meet the refined demand are proposed to provide some references for the realisation of the comprehensive smart old-age care in Xi'an.


ageing; smart ageing; supply and demand of elderly services

Cite This Paper

Siyi Yang. Research on Smart Elderly Service Issues in Xi'an. International Journal of Frontiers in Sociology (2023), Vol. 5, Issue 13: 21-25. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJFS.2023.051304.


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