2016 has been a successful year for NARI on many fronts including in the international arena, publications, the media, and spearheading research.
The past months have seen NARI staff talking about our research at conferences, with the media and at functions.
Since 1946, senior citizens clubs have been providing important services and support to older Victorians. What is their future now?
Are you 55 years or older? Do you use a smart watch or other wearable to keep track of your health and fitness? We need to hear from you.
Join us for a workshop in November on pain and dementia, and save the date for Assessment and Care Planning in March 2017.
MARC’s first project A pragmatic approach to developing falls preventions in a hospital setting, is progressing well.
MARC continues to go from strength to strength: it has held two workshops recently and a project on falls in hospitals underway.
Older CALD volunteers are making an important contribution to helping organisations understand the needs of different communities.
NARI has been working with Royal Freemasons to develop a framework for an enhanced model of care in residential aged care.
Are you aged 70 or over and interested in exploring the role of new technologies in facilitating ageing well?