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  • Join us for our July Webinar, “Creating the Age-Tech Ecosystem”

    JDC-Eshel, the largest Jewish humanitarian provider organization in the world, will provide a modified bootcamp on how to create an Age-Tech Ecosystem. An age-tech ecosystem includes cross-sectional stakeholders from the government, public, and private sectors who come together to create innovative and adapted solutions to the challenges of aging. JDC-Eshel

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  • The Global Ageing Network Announces the 2023 Call for Presentations!

    The Global Ageing Network  is pleased to announce that it is partnering with Scottish Care  and the National Care Forum to co-host the 2023 Global Ageing Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, 7-8 September. Convening under the theme of Care About Our Future: Global Symposium for Sustainable Care and Support, the conference

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  • Opening Doors to Aging Services: A LeadingAge Initiative

    The Global Ageing Network members participated in a webinar on 11 May 2022 to learn about LeadingAge’s Opening Doors to Aging Services, a long-term, local-national initiative designed to raise awareness of the aging services sector. LeadingAge represents more than 5,000 nonprofit aging services providers and other mission-minded organizations in the

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  • Support for South Africa

    Recently, South Africa has experienced horrendous floods in South Africa. Femada Shaman, CEO of an organization in Durban, South Africa called Tafta and a Global Ageing Network Board member shared her recent experience with the resilience and support of the Tafta staff to their residents. It has been a really

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  • Care Models and Strategies to Dementia Care: An International Perspective

    On 21 April 2022, the Global Ageing Network hosted a webinar that focused care models and strategies to improve dementia care. The webinar was designed to share what advocates and stakeholders have and continue to learn about effective care and support for those living with dementia and their caregivers.  As

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