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‘Don’t fall for it’ – a guide to preventing falls for older people
This is an excellent and thorough resource
Can nutrition support healthy cognitive ageing and reduce dementia risk? – Food For Thought 2020 series – BMJ
A detailed scientific paper by the British Medical Journal in collaboration with the Swiss Re Institute in Zurich
Commonwealth funded hearing aides
Checking eligibility and locations for government funded hearing aids
Council on the ageing (COTA) Victoria
Council on the Ageing (COTA) Victoria is the leading not-for-profit organisation representing the interests and rights of people aged 50+ in Victoria. They have a telephone based Aged Care Navigators’ service which assists in navigating the complexities of the aged care sector. They also run the ‘Living longer, living stronger’ program, discussion, cycling and walking groups – check under ‘programs’.
Dementia Australia website
For ‘The Dementia Guide’, videos, information sheets, news and events
Depression and ageing by Better Health
Hearing loss and hearing aides – Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital
Living Longer Living Stronger
Strength training with our Living Longer Living Stronger™ program for older people can help you to stay active and independent as you age. Collingwood Leisure Centre and Ivanhoe Aquatic are providers
Mable is a disabilities and aged care support worker matching service and communication platform.
Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) By Dementia Australia
Osteoarthritis information sheet – Arthritis Australia
Personal Alert Victoria
Personal Alert Victoria (PAV) is a personal monitoring service that supports older people and people with disabilities to live independently. The program responds to calls for assistance 24 hours a day.
Government funded for those with home care packages, NDIS, Dept of Veterans Affairs
In the words of Soundfair; ‘Hearing conditions are invisible, but the social and emotional impacts are not. Let’s talk about this and make the invisible, visible.’ Soundfair are a community based advocacy group who also provide services to unemployed and low income Victorians with hearing impairment.
The (US) National institute on ageing
This is an excellent and comprehensive website