New films guide best-practice responses for service providers confronted with elder abuse of people with dementia.
This last year has seen NARI establish new initiatives, complete projects and introduce new research collaborations.
Guests were given a rare treat at NARI’s soiree of music and conversation – the chance to listen to Jose Carbo, Australia’s premier baritone.
NARI and the Melbourne Ageing Research Collaboration (MARC) have made two new submissions into the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
Claudia loves being a part of Befriendas, a NARI research project investigating the benefits of befriending older people in residential aged care.
NARI is calling for more funding for dementia research to ensure that experiences of CALD Australians are included.
Good aged care should be more than just person-centred, it should be community centred.
ENJOY, NARI’s research program investigating older people exercising outside on a tailored exercise park, is a finalist in the 2019 VicHealth awards.
NARI is inviting older people to take part in a survey to learn more about what older people want from their health care.
Two NARI early career researchers have been awarded for their work: Kerry Hwang and Paulene Mackell.