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Australian Institute of Urban Studies 2011 Seminar Series: Planning for an Older Population

The increasing longevity of the human population is a longstanding demographic phenomenon, but one which is now viewed as a threat to national prosperity as the retired sector grows and the proportion of people in the workforce declines. How to provide appropriate living conditions and health care for people well beyond the traditional three-score years and ten is a planning challenge which this seminar takes up.

Speakers:
Chloe Mason,
Policy Officer, Council on the Ageing (NSW)
"Older people maintaining mobility – why, where and how?"
 
Stan Manning,
Principal, Stan Manning & Associates, Aged Care and Retirement Consultants
"Demands of a new age of Australian seniors"
 
Keith Bryant
General Manager Social Initiatives, The Benevolent Society
"AFL case study – the changing institutional environment for aged care"

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Dates

Thu 31 Mar 2011, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM


Location

Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts (Mitchell Theatre), 280 Pitt Street (between Park and Bathurst), Sydney, NSW.


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Created 24th March 2011

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