The Aspen Tree joins ROAD to SILVER AGE forum

Real Estate Press Releases Tuesday February 12, 2019 14:33
Bangkok--12 Feb--Magnolia Quality Development Corporation

Ms. Warunya Punawakul, a member of the Executive Committee of MQDC – Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited (MQDC), parent of The Aspen Tree, and Mr Bakban Boonlert, COO of Thansettakij newspaper, joined the "ROAD to SILVER AGE" forum at InterContinental Bangkok hotel, along with Dr Naree Phinyawatana, Director of Atelier Ten and a consultant to MQDC, and Dr Sarigga Pongsuwan, Assistant Vice President at MQDC's Research & Innovation for Sustainability Center (RISC).

Picture from the left
Sujanya Sunthornphoncharoen, Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Thansettakij newspaper
Kessiri Kukeatnun Executive Vice President, Premium Customer Relations, MQDC
Tikhamporn Sichan, Editor-in-Chief of Thansettakij newspaper
Dr Naree Phinyawatana Director at Atelier Ten and consultant at MQDC and the first WELL AP certified consultant in Thailand
Mr Bakban Boonlert, COO of Thansettakij newspaper
Ms Warunya Punawakul, Executive Committee member, MQDC
Dr Sarigga Pongsuwan, Assistant Vice President, RISC
Weerawan Suwannachat, Vice President, The Aspen Tree
About aging in Thailand

Thailand is undergoing a rapid demographic shift with implications for every aspect of its society. The World Bank predicts that by 2040 more than a quarter of   the Thai population will be 65 or over, up from 11% in 2016 and only 5% in 1995.

Driven mainly by a plunge in fertility rates, which dropped from 6.1 in 1965 to 1.5 in 2015, Thailand now ranks alongside China as having the highest share of elderly people in any developing nation in East Asia and the Pacific.

The Bank of Thailand has also predicted that Thailand will become the first developing country to become an 'aged' society.

But the change is expected to bring opportunities as well as challenges. The World Bank has forecast that the demographic shift will position Thailand as "a provider of services to the growing elderly population across the region".

In this context, The Aspen Tree and Baycrest aim to share their expertise to improve quality of life for older adults in Thailand and act as a thought leader and source of information.
About The Aspen Tree
The Aspen Tree is a Thailand-based specialist in services and living communities for older adults dedicated to achieving global best practice.

Established by international property developer Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited (MQDC), The Aspen Tree has a founding commitment to 'lifetime care' and 'aging in place', giving older adults the security of continued support.

Through collaborations with global leaders, The Aspen Tree's 'full-spectrum' services will combine specialist care and lifestyle amenities to provide the highest quality of life along with the finest healthcare.

The Aspen Tree's launch community will be at The Forestias, a 119-acre mixed-use development at Bangna on the outskirts of Bangkok, where residents will live amid extensive green spaces in a neighborhood with a multitude of on-site leisure healthcare, retail, work, and cultural facilities.

Under MQDC's commitment 'for all well-being', The Aspen Tree operates with concern for human and environmental well-being.
The Aspen Tree also embraces the MQDC principle of 'sustainnovation', applying insights from psychology and other research fields to supply unmet social needs through innovative technology.
About Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited (MQDC)
Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited (MQDC) is a business unit of DTGO Corporation Limited (DTGO) that develops, invests in, and manages villa, condominium, and mixed-use projects.
MQDC offers an industry-leading 30-year warranty on all its projects in line with its exceptional construction standards.

Under its mission to improve the quality of living for all, MQDC invests in research and development to create products and innovations for consumers as well as ecosystems that support environment-friendly living and add value to surrounding communities.

MQDC is determined to operate with concern for all life on Earth, advancing this agenda through sustainable development for the wider benefit of society.
For more information, visit www.mqdc.com.

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