National Indicators

The overall aim of the Healthy and Positive Ageing Initiative is to monitor progress in the implementation of the National Positive Ageing Strategy. As part of this, the initiative has developed consensus on the key indicators that are to be used to monitor progress in positive ageing in Ireland.

An initial list of indicators was developed by the HaPAI team,and these were used as the basis for a Preliminary Report published in mid-2015. The HaPAI team completed a national consensus-measurement process in 2015 to narrow this list down to the most relevant and important indicators of positive ageing, using the Delphi technique. The set of 56 key National Positive Ageing Indicators will be reported on and published every two years by the Department of Health.

The National Positive Ageing Indicator Report 2016 is available to download here

A summary of data contained in the report is available  here

Key resources related to the National Indicator Project are available for download below

Positive Ageing Literature, Concepts and Definition

Positive Ageing Literature Review 2015 (Full Version)

Key Positive Ageing Terms and Definitions (Full Version)

Technical Documents

delphi-1 Click here for more details on the HaPAI Delphi Process

Development of the HaPAI Indicator Longlist 2015

HaPAI Indicator Screening Tool

National Strategy Documents and Reports:

National Dementia Strategy

National Carers’ Strategy

Healthy Ireland

National Positive Ageing Strategy

HSE Elder Abuse Services 2014

The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing Wave 2 Report 

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