• Global Ageing Members Learn About Global Connections in Lebanon

    Global Ageing Network members gathered over breakfast at the 2018 LeadingAge Annual Meeting in Philadelphia this past October to connect and hear the story of Joyce Eid, manager for Moadieh Evangelical Center (MEC) for Assisted Living. Eid shared her global connections experience in establishing the Interfaith Group, a collaboration of 10 long-term care centers of […]

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  • Building A Culture of Excellence- Aligning Culture and Capability for The Aged Care Sector

    by Kim Yabsley (guest post)  Significant transformation in the human services sector in recent years has created some unique leadership challenges for the aged care industry. In Australia, legislative shifts and the move towards a consumer-directed care model result in challenging circumstances for many providers who are grappling with the operational implementation of changes to […]

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  • New Member Spotlight: The Centre for Elderly Empowerment & Care in Qatar

    The Centre for Elderly Empowerment & Care (Ehsan) The Centre for Elderly Empowerment & Care (Ehsan) is a non-governmental organization established in the year 2003 by Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, under the umbrella of Qatar Foundation for Social Work. The centre aims to promote the role of older persons, and their contribution to […]

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  • Why I Joined the Global Ageing Network: A Perspective from Margie Chapman

    Margie Chapman, founding chairperson, South African Care Forum The South African Care Forum has been an affiliate member of the Global Ageing Network for many years. As Chairperson of this forum, I have used the Global Ageing Network as a platform to share stories from our members from around South Africa, sharing the work they […]

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  • Filling the Care Gap – Foreign-Born Workers in Aged Care

    By Katie Smith Sloan, executive director, Global Ageing Network The workforce is everything in aging services – every country, every community, and every provider. Our workforce is the backbone of the services we provide, the quality we deliver and the satisfaction of our clients and residents. This has been true for decades and will remain […]

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  • Co-Creating Environments: Empowering Elders and Strengthening Communities Through Design

    Emi Kiyota, a Global Ageing Network board member, submitted a short essay in a Hastings Center report focusing on “Co-Creating Environments: Empowering Elders and Strengthening Communities Through Design.” Abstract Working with elders around the world has taught me that those living in grass huts in Africa with children at their feet are often happier than […]

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  • Korean Ageing Network Hosts Symposium

    On the small island of Jeju, South Korea, aged care practitioners gathered together for a symposium hosted by the Korean Ageing Network, an affiliate of the Global Ageing Network, on 8 September 2019. The symposium included participants from other areas in Korea, including Incheon, Chunehcon, Cheonan, Daegu, Jeju, Islan, Shihon, and Kangnam Seoocho in Seoul. […]

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  • Call for Content Deadline: Only 2 Weeks Away

    The Ontario Long Term Care Association (OLTCA) and the Global Ageing Network are hosting the leading international event for professionals and consumers of long-term care and ageing services, This is Long Term Care, in Toronto, Canada, 17-19 September 2019. And we need your help to make the conference unforgettable! The fall conference’s theme is Transforming […]

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  • Research Snapshot: A Picture of Foreign-Born Workers in LTSS

    Increased life expectancies and the projected growth of the older population has created a significant demand for long-term services and supports (LTSS) around the globe. Yet, the supply of paid LTSS workers and informal caregivers who can help meet this demand is shrinking dramatically. Research suggests that an expanded migrant/immigrant LTSS labor pool presents one […]

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  • Leading a Life of Continued Fulfillment Post-Retirement – 4 Simple Tips (Guest Post)

    By Anne Haris (Guest Post)  For many people, retirement is a chance to finally do the things they’ve always wanted to do that daily grind didn’t allow. And then, there’s that other group of people who don’t want to retire, because they don’t know how to handle all the time they will have on their […]

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