Older people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are too often excluded from ageing and aged care research, according to NARI.
The current furore over Retirement Villages is creating a lot of uncertainty for older Australians.
Bianca Brijnath joins NARI as Deputy Director, Social Gerontology.
Whether it is on dementia, elder abuse, cultural diversity or falls prevention, NARI is taking the lead to inform and transform policy and practice.
On my recent visit to Thailand I was fortunate enough to go on two field visits to visit older people from the Hill Tribe villages.
A review of Victoria’s retirement housing sector has seen several of NARI’s recommendations taken up in a bid to reform the industry.
NARI and AAG have made a joint submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission’s (ALRC) review of laws affecting older people and abuse.
Living longer is relatively easy but living healthily for longer requires effort.
Dr Patricia and Dr Don Edgar’s latest book, Peak: Reinventing Middle Age documents the changing face of middle age in Australia.
As we approach Volunteer Week in May, we salute all our volunteers.