2017 has been an exciting year of expansion and consolidation: we have our expanded our research program, and consolidated our strategic direction.
NARI supporters are invited to the Institute’s annual black tie dinner on Friday 17 November in Melbourne.
Professors Philip Clarke and Simon Deeming will be joining MARC for a two-part Masterclass event being held on site at the University of Melbourne.
When Robert Brooker heard about START, a program for carers of people living with dementia, he was in.
NARI’s social gerontology division has initiated CALD-ren, a national research engagement network, for people wanting easy access to CALD communities.
NARI teams with ACAS to trial videoconferencing with interpreters for aged care assessments on older people from CALD backgrounds.
NARI has been contracted to evaluate SUBSTANCE.
Research begins to explore the potential of art centres, located in remote communities, to provide support to older Aboriginal people.
NARI researcher Christel Lemmon assessed the very last twin in September for the Older Australian Twins Study.
Dr Sue Malta was part of the Experts’ Forum that met to discuss issues arising from the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into retirement villages.