Global Ageing Network Member Benefits



Global Ageing Network members benefit from shared knowledge, professional development, educational resources, leadership opportunities, and an expanded network of personal and professional contacts spanning the globe.

Expand Your Community

  • Connect and network with aged care professionals and service providers around the world.
  • Join our listservs and forums to connect with peers of like-minded interests.

Shared Knowledge

  • Access new knowledge and innovations through our international conferences and educational forums.
  • Receive discounted pricing to attend Global Ageing Network events and events sponsored by our affiliates.
  • Learn the latest in global ageing news and trends through our monthly newsletter, Global Connections.
  • Participate in our “Wisdom Talks” series and virtual roundtables.

Professional Development

Global Engagement

  • Support advocacy in United Nations for a Human Rights Convention for the Elderly.
  • Contribute towards the design and development of solutions to global ageing challenges.
  • Shape our future together with people you get to know through the Global Ageing Network.

Business Members

  • In addition to the above benefits, business members are entitled to use the Global Ageing Network logo as follows: Member of Global Ageing Network.

Affiliate Members

Global Ageing Network welcomes membership from associations of aged care and service organizations and those who represent the interests of older adults in countries, provinces and regions around the world.

As a member, Global Ageing Network will provide:

  • Listing and a link on website with name and logo
  • Promote conferences and other events
  • Opportunity to participate in conferences and events
  • Feature stories, research and messaging through a variety of communication channels including social media
  • Prepare articles for peak association newsletters
  • Monthly newsletter

Affiliate Members will provide:

  • Listing and a link on website with name and logo
  • Promote Global Ageing Network conferences and events
  • Publish stories from around the world
  • Share research on other developments in aged care from their country or region

Membership Types and Dues



We believe in linking professionals focused on services and supports for older adults across borders and regions to enhance the quality of life for older adults and adults with disabilities, regardless of where they live.

Our members work in 60 countries. They are leaders in long term care, senior housing, community services, business and public policy. Together, our global network represents the interests of more than 25,000 aging services providers world-wide serving more than 8 million older adults every day.

The Global Ageing Network offers membership in three categories:

Regular Members: Facilities and organizations that provide services directly to older adults and those living with disabilities.

Membership Dues: US $750.00 (annually)

Business Members: National or multi-national businesses committed to providing products and services to provider organizations or to older adults directly.

Membership Dues: US $1,200.00 (annually)

Affiliate Members: PEAK Associations, country or regionally based, that represent the interests of older adults.

Membership Dues: Determined based on the size and scale of the association.

Join Now!

If you would like to complete the membership application online click here.
You can also join The Global Ageing Network today by downloading and completing the below membership application (pdf). You have the option of returning the completed form to us by mail, fax or email:

BY MAIL:

ATTN: Global Ageing Network Membership
2519 Connecticut Ave, NW
Washington DC 20008 USA

BY FAX: +1-202-783-2255 (ATTN: Global Ageing Network Membership)

BY EMAIL: sdavis@globalageing.org (ATTN: Global Ageing Network Membership)

 

Thank you for your interest in the Global Ageing Network! Should you have any questions regarding membership or the status of your application, please contact Shannon Davis at sdavis@globalageing.org.