From Greece to Japan, the ‘Blue Zones’ are pockets of the world where people have fewer chronic conditions and en masse live longer. What are the secrets to their health and longevity? Research has uncovered some very interesting findings.
COTA Australia has congratulated the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety on its “Interim Report: Neglect”, which has recognised not only the neglect of older people within the aged care system, but also the neglect of successive Governments in implementing earlier recommendations.
Our Community Engagement and Advocacy Officer, Amanda Kunkler, recently shared a range of consumer views at the National Ageing Research Institute Summit. The discussion focussed on what makes good aged care, now and into the future.
When Living Longer Living Stronger™ began more than 18 years ago, it really was unique in the community. Previously, it was not common to see older Australians entering their local gym and the advice from their health providers was often ‘Don’t do too much!’
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