• EAHSA and E.D.E. Merge to Create the European Ageing Network (EAN)

    In April 2018, the Global Ageing Network’s European Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing (EAHSA) and the European Associate for Directors and Providers of Long-Term Care Services for the Elderly (E.D.E.) merged to create the European Ageing Network (EAN). The 2 European Associations, each with 3 decades of history, have been working together […]

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  • Dan Levitt: If You Live Long Enough, Be Prepared for Age Discrimination

    Dan Levitt, a board member of the Global Ageing Network and the Executive Director of Tabor Village shares his vision of what the aged care sector could look like if we were to embrace transformational reforms that challenge the way we view seniors. I want to share with you my biggest fear. It keeps me […]

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  • Global Partnerships Sparks Community-Driven Initiatives in Cameroon

    Global Partnership Sparks Community-Driven Initiatives in Cameroon Eldercare Cameroon to provide support for community-based wellness and life-enrichment initiatives in central African nation The Community Development Volunteers for Technical Assistance (CDVTA), an advocate for elderly-friendly communities; WD International Consulting, a staff and organizational development company; and It’s Never 2 Late® (iN2L), a developer of digital engagement […]

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  • The Global Ageing Network’s EAHSA Chapter’s Launches New Centre

    The European Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing (EAHSA), a chapter of the Global Ageing Network representing 3,000 providers in 20 different countries in ageing services, has identified a growing need among its members to exchange best practices. It also sensed that access to applied (academic) research in ageing services is limited for […]

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  • The Global Ageing Network Partners with the Malawi Network of Older Persons

    The Global Ageing Network is excited to partner with the Malawi Network of Older Persons (MANEPO). This partnership unites 2 organizations with a mutual purpose to improve best practices in aged care so that older people everywhere can live healthier, stronger, more independent lives. It will provide an opportunity for members to network together and […]

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  • Interview with Marcus Riley, Former Global Ageing Network Board Chair

    Marcus, you served as the chair of the Global Ageing Network for two years. Can you tell us something about your motivation to be part of the board and your aims when you began your turn? I have long held the passion and belief of value and need for international collaboration on ageing. I see […]

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  • The Global Ageing Network hosts first “Wisdom Talk” with Dr. Enrique Vega

    By Shannon Davis In January, the Global Ageing Network hosted its first “Wisdom Talk” with Dr. Enrique Vega, Regional Director for Health and Ageing at the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO). PAHO’s origins precede the World Health Organization (WHO), focusing on health issues in the region. However, as Dr. Vega pointed out, health concerns, for […]

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  • A Talk With Dr. Ruth About Sex & Ageing

    Global Ageing Network Board Member, Dan Levitt, interviewed Dr. Ruth on the secret for a long and healthy life. Dr. Ruth Westheimer, commonly known as Dr. Ruth, is known for her frank opinions and advice around sex. At 89 years of age, she has interviewed thousands of people about their sex lives and has published […]

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  • The Global Ageing Network Welcomes Four New Board Members

    The Global Ageing Network is excited to announce the appointment of 4 new board members to its 2018 Board of Directors. Laetitia Daufenbach, Stephen Cornelissen, Judy Martin and Dr. Ejaz Ahmad Chaudhry span a variety of leadership roles and global aged care backgrounds. They will bring substantial global ageing experience and expertise to the Board and […]

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  • 2017 End of Year Report

    Message from Katie Smith Sloan 2017 has been a banner year for the Global Ageing Network.  We rebranded our name in January 2017 that redefined what it means to be a global network…inclusive, fluid, nimble, and innovative. We have broadened our reach and deepened our engagement. I believe the Global Ageing Network is needed now […]

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