September 23 Snippets

Posted by Karen Mumme on 19 September 2023

Our September Newsletter is available. The pdf is available below or contact Karen and a copy can be mailed.

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July 23 Snippets

Posted by Karen Mumme on 18 July 2023

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HOPE Scholar, Josie Dixon works with a diverse range of researchers to develop a low-cost, non-invasive blood glucose monitoring method to increase compliance, accessibility, and thus, health outcomes for people living with diabetes.

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June 23 Snippets

Posted by on 26 June 2023

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HOPE scholar Jenny Song has interviewed older Chinese people to gain a holistic understanding of their perceptions and experiences of ageing and health. Jenny is impressed by the various adaptive mechanisms that older Chinese people have employed to cope with the challenges they may encounter in a new cultural and social environment.

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HOPE Foundation Newsletter September 2022

Posted by on 12 October 2022

Healthy ageing and housing – trouble ahead?

HEALTHY AGEING comes from the foundations and building blocks we put in place during our life journey. Having a safe sound home is one of those essentials and is associated with better physical and mental health. The current older population is doing well in having high home ownership, high satisfaction with their homes and those who do rent are more likely to rent social housing which has a more secure tenure. What will the housing outlook for our next generations of older people be like?

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HOPE Foundation Newsletter April 2019

Posted by on 29 May 2019

Reach out and introduce someone new from a different background to the HOPE Foundation, so we can continue to grow in new directions.

The tragic shootings in Christchurch have been a stark reminder to us all about the importance of tolerance, understanding and inclusion to prevent extreme views and actions across many aspects of society. Differing viewpoints can be explored with temperate and kind language. An understanding of what we have in common helps foster links between people.

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