Over the past month, NARI researchers have been called on by the media to comment on a range of issues from healthy ageing through to dementia.
NARI has joined other leading peak organisations across Australia to call on all governments to act now against elder abuse.
NARI is one of 13 Victorian organisations that has called for a statewide bi-partisan plan for ageing and older people.
The breadth of ageing research that NARI researchers are involved in is quite extraordinary.
Dr Josefine Antoniades is a research fellow at NARI where she works on an innovative multi-media project-Moving Pictures.
Dr Anita Panayiotou is a clinical Neuropsychologist and Research Fellow for the Melbourne Ageing Research Collaboration.
Dr Anita Goh is a Chinese-Malaysian Australian. For her the future depends on diversity, and why researching ageing has to include cultural diversity.
Betty Haralambous is the stream leader for Cultural Diversity at NARI.
Victoria’s first action plan to tackle elder abuse has been launched.
There is a need to clarify the relationship between family violence and elder abuse, according to Victoria’s Public Advocate, Colleen Pearce.