Dr. Andrea Maier is a geriatrician, and lecturer at the three universities around the world. Her work in the field of geroscience focusses on increasing the health span and reversing ageing.
Ashton Applewhite is an anti-ageism activist and author of the book “This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism”. She comes on the podcast to share with us some tools for calling out and confronting ageism and how we can put an end to it.
Leeroy William is the President of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine, and he joins us on the podcast to share how we can go beyond making people comfortable at the end of life.
Japanese-American ageing design expert Emi Kiyota joins the program to talk about how interdependent communities of elders provide so much more than care. The conversation really gets to the heart of helping seniors retain meaning in their lives as they age.
After two great years of delivering powerful virtual experiences to seniors, we’re wishing ourselves a happy birthday this July!
In our inaugural panel discussion, were joined by consultants, researchers and practitioners from around the world to discuss successful programming of activities in aged care. Its a full and opinionated conversation that’s not to be missed!
Kate Swaffer is one the world’s foremost advocates for the rights of people living with dementia. She joins the show to talk about human rights abuses, segregation in dementia and dementia as a cause of disability.
Angela Burton from the Feet to the Fire Writer’s Workshops shares her journey into the aged care space, and how she challenges and engages seniors through writing their stories.
Professor Laurie Buys from the University of Queensland has spreads the news of the Longevity Bonus, ad how our later years hold potential that was never expected.
We’re pleased to announce our new board of advisors which will guide us as we enter this next period of rapid growth.