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Currently, the population ageing is one of the greatest economic, social and environmental challenges facing all EU countries. For this reason, the main goal of this study is analysis of the population ageing and its economic aspects. As the main method we used particular instruments of economic and spatial analysis. As the first step, we evaluated the consumption behavior of seniors. In the next step, a spatial analysis of population ageing in the territory of the Olomouc region was processed, models of demographic projection were used to estimate the number of seniors in future years. This information was connected with social services facilities for seniors – the current capacities, the number of candidates and the ratio of refusals are evaluated. Based on this results, an estimation of possible changes needed in the area of social services in the region was presented. At the same time, the riskiest areas of the region were defined regarding the ratio of the seniors to the social services offered. Finally, the Urban Planner model was used to analyse areas for identifying suitable locations for a new social service facility in accordance with urban planning.
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