• International Call for Sessions: 2016 LeadingAge Annual Meeting

    Lend your international lense and expertise to the 2016 LeadingAge Annual Meeting! IAHSA’s US Chapter, LeadingAge, is now accepting session proposals for its 2016 Annual Meeting. The LeadingAge Annual Meeting is the largest annual gathering of aging services providers in the United States, featuring hundreds of education sessions and experts in the field. The 2016 Annual […]

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  • Blue Zones: Lessons About Health and Ageing

    Dan Buettner’s Blue Zones should be instructive for all of us. They are as much about longevity as about health and well-being, no matter how long you live. His research–conducted on the ground in places where people are known to live to 100 or more–is despositive. Exercise need not involve spandex and mirrors. Walk. Food […]

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  • Congratulations to IAHSA’s 2015 Leadership Fellows!

    IAHSA’s inaugural Global Leadership Retreat was launched in conjuction with the IAHSA-ACSA Global Ageing Conference in Perth Australia. On 31 August 2015, 23 international leaders came together for 2 1/2 days to learn from one another and from experienced leaders in the field of ageing. The retreat was led by facilitators, Kay Kallandar and Jeremy Neely, and […]

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  • A Reflection on Perth – 2015 Conference Highlights

    IAHSA’s 11th Bi-Annual Conference was, by all accounts, a big success. With the theme of “Global Communities Coming Together”, over 800 delegates from around the world converged on Perth to tackle some of the thorniest issues in aged care and services and to commit to working together to solve them. Katie Smith Sloan, Executive Director of […]

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  • Rubicon Senior Care Market Report: IAHSA Member Discount

    IAHSA-China, the official chapter of the International Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing (IAHSA) in China, and Rubicon Strategy Group are pleased to extend a special offer to IAHSA members. The Rubicon China Senior Living Market Report combines 6 months of on-the-ground interviews with key stakeholders driving development at roughly 50 senior living sites and […]

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  • 2015 Conference Newsreel

    2015 Newsreel–Recapping A Few Conference Highlights

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  • Lebanese Interfaith Elder Care Conference

    Article credited to National Evangelical Church of Beirut Moadieh Evangelical Center and Palm Village Retirement Community in California, USA organized the first Lebanese Interfaith Elder Care Conference.  It took place on the 5th and 6th of September, 2015 in Larnaca Cyprus. Participants were managers of 12 different Lebanese long term care centers of diverse faiths all having […]

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  • Elder Abuse Interventions

    Elder abuse is a problem that persists in countries around the world. It is often under-reported and, therefore, interventions are few and far between. It is a tragic and needs to be addressed. A couple of models deserve our attention. In the U.S., RiverSpring Health has developed a unique partnership with doormen in New York […]

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  • Explore Research on Dementia, Workforce, Wellness and Housing

    by Taryn Patterson Canadian providers of aging services are taking a page out of the American football playbook by offering direct care workers an opportunity to “huddle” when they need help managing the dementia-related behaviors of residents in long-term care settings. Recent research published in the Canadian Journal on Aging suggests that these “mental health […]

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  • HelpAge International to Join IAHSA in Perth

    HelpAge Plenary speaker Meredith Wyse has been working with HelpAge International for over ten years and is currently Strategic Development Manager for the East Asia Region based in Thailand. Her focus is on community development and home and community based care in the region. She has developed training programmes for regional governments as they develop […]

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