NARI is recruiting for a new project that will take older people on an outdoor education camp with a difference.
When Rafael Villaneuva read about a call for participants to join our INDIGO research, he did not think twice.
About 13% of cases of Alzheimer’s disease could be prevented if older adults were more physically active.
NARI has been commissioned by Lifeview Residential Care to work on a project called Purpose-built LGBTI aged care facilities.
NARI is involved in the newly established Centre of Research Excellence on Cognitive Health in Canberra.
NARI is seeking $50,000 to investigate the link between exercise and stroke- affected older people.
Opera in Melba’s Garden at Coombe, International Women’s Day, 8 March 2016
Here is a snapshot of NARI’s latest research projects.
NARI has a wonderful group of office volunteers who assist in a wide range of tasks from policy development to routine office support.
Dr Frances Batchelor is Deputy Director of Health Promotions, stream leader for Falls and Balance andproject leader for MARC.