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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ageing Advisory Group (ATSIAAG)


The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ageing Advisory Group (ATSIAAG) reports to the AAG Board to assist in building evidence regarding gaps, challenges and opportunities, as well as provide guidance and advice on all issues related to ageing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

The ATSIAAG achieves this through consultation and the development of partnerships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, researchers and organisations. This ensures that the AAG is able to represent Australia’s first peoples in the ageing policy arena in an informed and collaborative way.

ATSIAAG welcomes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to join.

Members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ageing Advisory Group (ATSIAAG)

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Click here to find out more about FRIENDS OF ATSIAAG


Reports

The Australian Association of Gerontology Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ageing Advisory Group (ATSIAAG), released a landmark report on the 5th June 2019, Assuring equity of access and quality outcomes for older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: What needs to be done.

Click here for the 6th AAG ATSIAAG Workshop on ‘Appropriate aged care needs assessment for older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’

Click here for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Stolen Generations and dependants report (AIHW, 2018)

Click here for more information on the Healing Foundation

Pictured:
Ian Hamm, Chair of the Stolen Generations Reference Group,
Ros Malay and Graham Aitken, Co-Chairs of ATSIAAG.



The 5th AAG ATSIAAG Workshop Report on ‘Assuring equity of access and quality outcomes for older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: What needs to be done’ was launched by Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP, Minister for Aged Care and Senior Australians, and Indigenous Health at Parliament House on 13th June 2018. Click here for more information about the launch

Minister Wyatt with ATSIAAG Co Chairs Graham Aitken and Ros Malay plus AAG CEO James Beckford Saunders


"Closing Remote Communities: Effects on Ageing in Place" was officially launched by The Hon Ken Wyatt MP, Federal Member for Hasluck and Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care at the 49th AAG Annual Conference.

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Related

New guidance issued by the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) will make it easier for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to access the superannuation system, the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST)

The health of older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

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