• Why One American CEO Traveled to Perth

    Some providers of ageing services might think that 10,000 miles is a bit far to travel for a conference. But American provider Barb Rode didn’t think twice about attending the 2015 ASCA/IAHSA Joint International Conference in Perth, Australia, last September. Rode is president and chief executive officer of St. Therese, an ageing services organization based […]

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  • IAHSA to Co-sponsor Gerontological Society of America’s 2015 Global Aging Forum

    IAHSA and Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging will be co-sponsoring the Global Ageing Forum at the 65th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America. The fourth GSA Global Aging Forum will be held on Wednesday, 18 November at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America in Orlando, Florida. The forum will focus on […]

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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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  • 2015 Conference Newsreel

    2015 Newsreel–Recapping A Few Conference Highlights

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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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  • Slovenian Youth leader, Author and Entrepreneur to Speak in Perth

    Slovenian youth leader, author and entrepreneur, Ziga Vavpoti, will be a featured speaker at the ACSA/IAHSA Global Ageing Conference in Perth Australia. Ziga is a strong proponent of cooperation and connecting organizations and people. At age 31, Vavpoti is the chair of the largest NGO for youth in Slovenia, the Ypsilon Institute. He writes and […]

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  • Global Ageing Hero to Speak at Perth

    Dr. Alexandre Kalache, an early champion of health promotion who coined the term “active aging” and introduced the idea of age-friendly communities in 2007 will be a features speaker at the IAHSA/ACSA Conference in Perth Australia 31 August – 4 September 2015. Dr. Kalache looks to the future optimistically, noting that those who are coming of age […]

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  • Age Friendly Ireland Goes to Perth

    Hugh O’Connor, head of the expansive and successful age friendly cities and counties initiative in Ireland, will be delivering a plenary address at the IAHSA/ACSAjoint conference in Perth, Australia August 31 – September 1. Ireland was the first EU country to commit to a nationwide age-friendly initiative. The goal: make Ireland a truly great place in which to grow old. […]

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