This year, the World Federation for Mental Health has decided to make “suicide prevention” the main theme of World Mental Health Day on October 10.
Do you work with older people with cognition impairment? Does your job involve cognitive screening? Want to know more about cognitive assessment?
Research participants attending our annual Thank You Day have called for dementia research to remain a research priority for NARI.
MARC has completed research into how to prevent or reduce the number of people with dementia being admitted into hospital.
The NHMRC Boosting dementia research-funded PITCH Project is looking at ways to improve outcomes for people with dementia and their carers.
Twelve short films are to be produced about dementia and aged care services in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities.
Respect Victoria is funding NARI to investigate ways of preventing intergenerational family violence against older adults.
NARI has received funding to develop a Pain Management Guide (PMG) toolk for residential aged care facilities.
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has commissioned NARI to investigate how older Australians are cared for in aged care.
NARI researchers are advocating for more promotion about and funding for the end of life needs of older people with severe mental illness.