The elderly

We’ve spoken about using politically correct language before. So how can we avoid the term “old people”?

In America they say “seniors” and in America and Britain you’ll see “senior citizens”. You might also read or hear the terms “older adults” or “the elderly” or just “elders”. Or even “New Agers” or “Generation Botox”! 😉

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Written by Christine Burgmer

21. April 2016