• Dialog Health Presents: Are You Ready To Go On A Journey?

    Join Dialog Health virtual study tour in April 2021 and discover 4 innovative models of care to support older people fighting social isolation. Participate in our pre-recorded virtual study visits and in an international online roundtable to share insights and best practices with your peers at the end of the tour. OBJECTIVES With our online […]

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  • Join us for our next webinar: ELDER CARE PROVIDERS & COVID-19: Cross-Cultural Perspectives

      We are excited to host a second webinar on the Global Ageing Network report, “Elder Care Providers & COVID-19: Cross-Cultural Perspectives.” The report is a summary of interviews with providers and others in a dozen countries who have shared their COVID experiences up to the end of 2020. It serves as a chronicle of […]

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  • OLTCA CEO Promotes 2019 Biennial Conference

    Join the conversation in Toronto – September 2019 The Ontario Long Term Care Association (OLTCA) is thrilled to be partnering with the renowned Global Ageing Network for 2019, bringing the biennial conference back to Canada for the first time in 20 years. We’ve combined the association’s annual research and innovation conference, This is Long Term […]

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  • 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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  • SAGE Tour in Canada and the USA is open for registration!

    The Global Ageing Network is excited to announce that the SAGE tour in Canada and the USA is now open for registration! The tour will explore seniors living in Canada and the USA and provide an overview of the North American Aged Care System. The tour will take place from 22 Sept.-3 Oct. 2019 and […]

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  • A Global Ageing Journey (Guest Post by Joyce Eid)

    Joyce Eid of Moadieh Evangelic Center for Assisted Living in Lebanon reflects on her personal journey into aged care and the new learning and relationships gained from being a part of the Global Ageing Network. After graduating from the American University of Beirut with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, I met my husband as we were both working for the American University […]

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  • Reflections from Montreux | Katie Smith Sloan

    By Katie Smith Sloan The Global Ageing Network concluded its biennial conference last week in Switzerland. The conference was an amazing gathering of leaders from around the world sharing one purpose: to make the world a better place in which to grow old. Imagine the opportunity to learn from, share insights and identify solutions with leaders […]

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  • Celebrate International Day of Older Persons on October 1st! #UNIDOP

    October 1 is International Day of Older Persons (#UNIDOP). This year’s theme is: “Stepping into the Future: Tapping the Talents, Contributions and Participation of Older Persons in Society.” The theme is about enabling and expanding the contributions of older people in their families, communities and societies at large. It focuses on the pathways that support […]

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  • #GlobalAgeing2017 Bids Farewell to Montreux!

    The 2017 Global Ageing Conference in Montreux, Switzerland (18-21 September 2017) connected over a thousand aged care professionals representing more than 20 countries and 6 continents! Conference highlights ranged from an immersive 2-day leadership development program to a robust educational offering with topics ranging from innovative care models and dementia care to strategic leadership and wellness. The conference was also […]

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  • Fighting Frailty One Mouthful and One Repetition at a Time

    By Jo Boylan, Ngaire Hobbins and Tim Henwood (Guest Post) As the population ages, the percentage of older adults diagnosed as pre-frail or frail will continue to increase. For the individual, a diagnosis of frailty indicates a significant physical burden and reduced quality of life, in addition to an increased risk of falls, institutionalization and death. […]

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