• Sodexo-Supported Research Explores the LTSS Migrant/Immigrant Workforce

    The Global Ageing Network is working with the LeadingAge Center for Applied Research (CFAR)  to explore the role that migrant/immigrant workers can play in delivering long-term services and supports (LTSS) to the world’s growing older population. Sodexo, a global leader in Quality of Life Services, is funding the research project. Sodexo

  • Tech News: Gearing up for a Productive 2017

    By Majd Alwan, Executive Director, Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) The Global Ageing Network and LeadingAge’s Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) are gearing up for a productive year in technology and ageing services. Your experiences, contributions, and case studies are vital to the progress of technology in our

  • Pioneering a New Vision

    Dr. Markus Leser writes about an emerging care model in Switzerland, where residential care and community-based providers are forging alliances to better serve an increasingly independent ageing population. Much like Australia, Switzerland has an ageing population, which will see the number of people requiring aged care increase 45 per cent by 2030.

  • Opinion: Senior friendly communities not just in fairy tales. | Vancouver Sun

    Lake Constance is in the heart of Europe bordered by Switzerland and the Alps to the south, Germany to the north and Austria to the east. The region is lined with lakeside retreats, beer-stein-size ferries taking mini-cars and visitors across the lake, fairy book castles, quaint villages with cobblestone pedestrian

  • Become a Trial Partner – Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation

    The Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CC-ABHI) is seeking trial partner sites for its Industry Innovation Partnership Program (i2p2). Participants will have an opportunity to gain early access to new and innovative solutions in the aging and brain health sector for both testing and validation. If your

  • When the Past is Present:  Trauma-Informed Care for Holocaust Survivors

    By Stuart Kaplan On Tuesday, December 6th through Thursday, December 8th of 2016, Selfhelp Community Services Holocaust Survivor Program convened an international conference in honor of its 80th anniversary.  “When the Past is Present: Trauma-Informed Care for Holocaust Survivors”, was attended by over 300 social workers, and other professionals who work

  • UN Hosts 7th Working Session of the Open-ended Working Group on Ageing

    The Global Ageing Network was well-represented at the Seventh Working Session of the Open-ended Working Group on Ageing at the United Nations in December. Board Chair Marcus Riley joined the Network’s UN liaisons, Bill Smith and Katie Weiss, along with Executive Director Katie Smith Sloan for the meetings. The Open-Ended Working Group on

  • The Global Aging Network Sponsors the Fifth GSA Global Aging Forum: An International Lens on Aging

    By Taryn Patterson The 2016 Global Aging Forum: An International Lens on Aging convened in New Orleans as part of the Gerontological Society of America’s annual meeting in November 2016. The Global Aging Network co-sponsored the forum, which was focused on gerontological research and education efforts outside the U.S., with

  • We Are the Global Ageing Network!

    In September 2016, the IAHSA Board of Directors unanimously voted to change our name to the Global Ageing Network! Our new name reflects the changing nature of our network and our growth around the world. Our focus on the quality of life of people as they age expands beyond homes

  • The Global Ageing Network: A Reflection by Stuart Kaplan

    By Stuart C. Kaplan IAHSA has recently changed its name to the Global Ageing Network. These three words succinctly and impactfully represent IAHSA’s Mission & Vision— Global – international reach in 60 countries Ageing—indeed, the population whom we serve And Network—I’d like to spend a bit of time on… Throughout