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Feeling better about yourself and improving your quality of life, alleviating depression, increasing life satisfaction and general wellbeing are all important outcomes of an active sexual life for ageing Australians states researcher Dr Sue Malta, from NARI.
Our director is among leading aged and community care researchers who have highlighted serious shortcomings in department-commissioned research into the government’s home care changes.
We’re starting to hear more and more about elder abuse. But what is it, why does it occur and how can you safeguard yourself against it? Briony Dow, Associate Professor of Ageing at the University of Melbourne and Director of the National Ageing Research Institute, helps us understand more about this complex issue.
The Elder Abuse National Research Project is being developed to build on the growing body of knowledge relating to the issue.
Considering a significant proportion of people with epilepsy develop the condition when they are over 65, aged care workers should be equipped to detect the signs.