Among others characteristic of this accelerated aging is anticipated that for the 2050 the amount of people of age in the countryside of Africa, Asia and Latin America will be duplicated. The aging of the population generally and in agreement with the UN has and will have consequences and repercussions in all the scopes of the daily life of men and women. Thus, in the economy the aging of the population will affect the economic growth, to the saving, the labor investments and consumption, markets, the pensions, the taxes and the transference of capital and properties, as well as the help given by a generation to another one. The aging of the population will also affect to the health and the medical attention, the composition and organization of the family, the house and the migrations between countries. Another key element is, according to the UN, the fact that the age group that presents/displays the fastest growth of the world is the one of oldest, of 80 years in future. The majors of 80 years are increasing at the moment a 3.8% annual and today they suppose the 12% of the total of the age people. According to the forecasts, for half-full of century fifth of the age people it will be 80 years old more and. Finally, another one of the characteristics to consider is the one of the feminisation of the oldness, in such a way that most of the people of legal age are women and at the moment there are 81 men of age by each 100 women and, within the group of oldest (more than 100 years), the proportion is of a man by each four women. Therefore, the third age is becoming one of the population sectors with more weight in the society and also in one of which greater risk runs of entering a process of social exclusion (understanding by this one the nonparticipation in economic, social the resources, political and cultural which it has the rest of the society).