If you're 50 or over, take our Healthy Ageing Quiz to find out if you're on the right track to age well. Read more
NARI worked with carers to develop a video promoting a balanced view of caring for someone with dementia. The video presents carers’ stories and experiences, including challenging, positive, and rewarding aspects of caring. It is suitable for both carers and the public. Read more
The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) is proud to announce the continuation of our open online course Caregiving, Dementia and Incontinence. This free 5 week course is designed to support carers of people living with dementia and continence care needs. Read more
This Discussion Paper, authored by NARI Ambassadors Dr Don Edgar and Dr Patricia Edgar, analyses generational conflicts and how to create a more positive intergenerational future. Read more
NARI is seeking a Research Officer/Fellow A to work in the Aged Care Division.
NARI is seeking two Bilingual Research Assistants to work on the BEFRIENDING with GENIE project in the Aged Care Division.
Join us on Tuesday 12th December for our final seminar of 2023. We will be hearing from Dr. Amber Mills who will be discussing research that explores the impact of heatwaves on older adults.
NARI has mental health tips and strategies to help aged care workers and managers best handle stress and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic, to optimise wellbeing.
Moving Pictures has launched twelve new short films in Italian, Greek, Vietnamese, and Spanish , aimed at raising awareness about dementia among culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
This good news story uses several short films to share the ways in which three Aboriginal community controlled art centres are supporting older people and those living with dementia in remote communities.
This free resource helps Australian residential aged care facilities implement the book Pain in Residential Aged Care Facilities: Management Strategies, 2nd Edition.
As part of our commitment to combatting ageism, NARI has developed an age-positive language guide. The guide provides practical examples of how words, phrases, and images can better portray older people and combat ageism.
NARI would like to express its deepest thanks to Professor Briony Dow, whose leadership has shaped NARI’s role in the sector, leading to life-changing translational research projects and consumer-led innovation. After almost a decade leading the organisation, Professor Dow will step down from her role as Director in May 2024. Read more
NARI has opened its new national office in Canberra, to better connect with government, industry partners, and fellow researchers on the issues facing older Australians and the opportunities for lasting change. Read more
NARI is urging Australians to be more aware of how they may unknowingly demonstrate ageism, ahead of the International Day of Older Persons this Sunday, 1 October. “We unfortunately see ageist attitudes across all aspects of our society, and it's often so deeply ingrained we don't necessarily recognise it,” NARI Executive Director, Professor Briony Dow, said. Read more
NARI is calling for the health of older women to be highlighted. This year's Women’s Health Week and the NARI Annual Summit 'Menopause and Beyond', provide valuable opportunities to focus on how older women can be empowered to manage their health into older age. Read more