Mae dadansoddi heneiddio yn adeiladu ar amcangyfrifon ynglŷn â disgwyliad oes a'r boblogaeth, gan grynhoi'r dadansoddiad diweddaraf o'r ystadegau swyddogol ar heneiddio ymysg y boblogaeth, a bywydau pobl hŷn. Maent hefyd yn rhoi dangosyddion heneiddio megis oedran canolrifol a chymarebau rhyw ymysg oedrannau hŷn ar lefelau cenedlaethol a lleol.
This analysis focuses on changes in the resident care home population aged 65 and over. This population has remained almost stable since 2001 with an increase of just 0.3%, despite growth of 11% in the overall population aged over 65. Fewer women but more men, aged 65 and over, were living as residents of care homes in 2011 compared with 2001.
We take a look at older people aged 65 and over in England and Wales. Analysis includes marital status, living arrangements, housing tenure, economic activity and general health and provision of unpaid care. In 2011, 9.2 million residents were aged 65 and over, an increase of almost 1 million from 2001 with 8.3 million. Results show that just 50% of those aged over 65 reported their health to be “very good” or “good”, compared with 88% of the rest of the population.