Victorians are now expected to remain in the workforce for longer than ever before due to the recent increase to the retirement age. With the number of people aged 65+ growing at more than twice the rate of the general population, the pool of younger workers available will gradually decrease over
This National Volunteer Week, Seniors Rights Victoria is celebrating the enormous impact of its volunteer speakers, who helped deliver 93 education sessions to some 3,121 participants across Victoria this year.
We want to support the Victorian Government to continue to play a significant role in ensuring that older people, particularly those with complex needs or those experiencing significant disadvantage, are able to access the support and services they need within their communities.
Five generations are now living, learning, working and socialising together. In spite of negative views commonly expressed around ageing, older people make a significant and positive contribution to their families, their communities and the economy.
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