Lower numeracy could leave older individuals at greater risk of financial exploitation
Plymouth University news: Older people with lower levels of numeracy are more prone to financial exploitation because they are less likely to engage with numeric information and are more susceptible to certain biases in their decision making
Voyage: Healthy ageing in a healthy community. VOYAGE is a research initiative on healthy and active ageing within healthy communities. It brings together more than 75 academics across Plymouth University faculties, in topics such as dementia and ageing.