Translational technology is not a substitute for professional interpreters, according to research findings by NARI.
More than ‘just the blues’: Recognising and responding to depression and anxiety in older adults Thursday 20 June 2019
NARI is working with the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to understand better what is important to older people in Victoria.
NARI has been commissioned by Seniors Rights Victoria (SRV) to understand more about the people accessing the elder abuse helpline service.
NARI is looking for Victorian residential aged care providers and residents to join a clinical trial of a major befriending program.
Fay Brassington is a long-time volunteer for NARI, and directly knows the importance of research in helping learn more about older Australians.
We sadly farewell Professor Derek Prinsley AM, the inaugural director of NARI.
Identical twins, Jean Hendy and her sister have been in several twin studies. One of these studies was an Older Australian Twins Study (OATS) at NARI.
Moving Pictures, an innovative multi-media program to raise awareness about dementia in people from multicultural communities, was launched in Perth.
A trial into a new Elder Abuse Screening Instrument developed by NARI and tested in conjunction with St Vincent’s Hospital is showing promise.