NARI has won a major NHMRC grant to develop and test an evidence-based dementia specialist training program for community dementia care.
Online dating sites are providing older people with the opportunity to begin new romantic and sexual relations but there are also challenges.
Judy Hooper, NARI’s fundraising manager, has nimble fingers which were put to use to make an ornament to adorn the Christmas tree at Government House.
Dr Anita Goh, NARI researcher and clinical neuroscientist, has won a Homeward Bound scholarship that will see her travel to Antarctica in 2018.
The Australian Ageing Research Foundation is holding its annual Opera in Melba’s Garden at Coombe on International Women’s Day, 8 March 2018.
NARI is one of 13 organisations that has signed a communique calling for a vision for how Victoria plans for current and future ageing.
NARI has welcomed the strong support shown for marriage equality in the same-sex marriage survey results announced today.
NARI supporters came together to celebrate the Institute’s achievements and to learn more about why we are championing middle-ageing Australians.
NARI is well positioned to make a vast difference to the health and wellbeing of Victorians because of its work.
NARI has expressed concern that the World Health Organisation (WHO) has not included the health needs of older people in its draft 13th workplan.