• Meet our new board member from Malawi!

    Andrew Kavala Executive Director, MANEPO Andrew is the Executive Director for MANEPO, a consortium of over 60 Civil Society Organizations in Malawi working on Ageing issues. Andrew also works with START Network as a Regional Advisor for East & Southern Africa. Andrew has made several breakthroughs by being the first Civil Society Leader to lead […]

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  • Top 50 Home Care Innovators

    Enkindle are currently undertaking a project to collate and share with the International Aged Care Community a publication showcasing 21st Century Home Care Models that are shaping the future of aged care and are achieving exciting outcomes in the enablement of healthy, independent, and connected ageing. We welcome nominations and submissions from Home Care organisations […]

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  • “Ageism in Ageing Services: An International Perspective” Webinar Summary

    On 24 February 2022, over 50 participants from around the globe joined together to participate in a discussion focused on “Ageism in Ageing Services.”  The webinar was moderated by Kirsten Jacobs, Senior Director of Shared Learning Initiatives at LeadingAge. She was joined by two panelists, Tracey Gendron, PhD, MS, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of […]

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  • Unlocking Innovations Showcase at Together We Care 2022

    Do you have a new and innovative product or service that supports long-term care and/or retirement homes in enhancing their operational services and supports?  The Ontario Long Term Care Association (OLTCA) and Ontario Retirement Communities Association (ORCA) invite you to submit to showcase your product/service at Together We Care 2022 on April 4-6, 2022. If your product […]

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  • Register for the CABHI Summit 2022!

    The CABHI Summit 2022 explores innovation and investment in longevity – and the ways in which age tech is helping older adults and caregivers make choices that are right for their own aging journeys. This two-day global virtual event is for thought leaders, innovators, investors, healthcare providers, researchers, older adults, caregivers, and companies around the […]

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  • Introducing our new board member, Ken Yang

    Kenneth Yang, Esq., Executive Director Penn Asian Senior Services (PASSi) With an educational background in business and law, I was pleased to immerse myself in the community-based nonprofit world after law school, contributing to organizations focused on providing social services to those of low to moderate income. Although Penn Asian Senior Services (PASSi) is my […]

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  • Introducing our new board member, Donald Macaskill

    Donald Macaskill, PhD, Chief Executive Officer ScottishCare Dr. Donald Macaskill has worked for many years in the health and social care sectors across the United Kingdom. A particular professional focus has been issues related to bereavement, palliative care and individual human rights. For thirteen years he ran his own equality and human rights consultancy focusing […]

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  • Welcome from Jiri Horecky, 2022 Global Ageing Network Board Chair

    Jiri Horecky, President European Ageing Network  Dear colleagues, We are soon going to commemorate the two-year anniversary of COVID-19 outbreak in our organizations. Since that day the managers and home directors have become crisis managers and with some short breaks they still are now. We have hoped in between the particular COVID waves that it’s […]

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  • Filling the Caregiving Gap: An International Perspective Webinar

    On, 25 January 2022, the Global Ageing Network hosted a timely webinar on “Filling the Caregiving Gap”, bringing perspectives from experts from the U.S., Canada, and Ireland. Over 70 participants from countries spanning the globe, joined in the discussion on policy and practice solutions. Workforce is a global challenge, and the challenges are particularly acute […]

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  • Global Ageing Network 2021 Annual Report

    The pandemic has brought together the global aged care community like never before. We have leaned on each other, learned from each other and found comfort in knowing we are not alone. The value of the Global Ageing Network has never been more clear. Read the 2021 Annual Report

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