Age Concerns Everyone Conference Wellington 16 - 17 April 2018.
We are all ageing and have an interest in creating a society that respects, values and celebrates the contribution of all older New Zealanders. By 2036 it is anticipated that one in four people will be 65 years of age or older. By investing now in solutions that support the transition to an ageing society, New Zealand’s future social and economic prosperity will be protected so we can all flourish. We want you to be part of the conversation so please register you and your team members for this exciting event.
The line-up of speaker presentations includes: The Ageing Well National Science Challenge research, housing and older worker discussion panels, scamming and online safety, Maori solutions to issues affecting Maori, LGBTQI issues, volunteering and caring, and the Campaign to End Loneliness. Read the full programme.
Researchers will play a key role alongside government, business, funders, and the community and voluntary sector to support an ageing population.
Together we can make New Zealand a great place to live at any age. Please join us!
You can also help by
- Spreading the word about what we do / share this newsletter
- Donating your time to the Friends Supporters to help with fundraising and committee work
- Encouraging your children and grandchildren to invest in their futures by donating time and money (a baby girl born today has a 1 in 3 chance of living to 100 , a boy 1 in 4 and is likely to be fitter and healthier–think about the implications of that)
- Consider a bequest