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03 Jun 22

AAG Ageing Well Victoria 2022 – Riding the waves of change

Covid precautions - UPDATE
From 11.59pm Friday 22 April 2022, it is not longer a venue requirement to have two doses or show vaccination status before entering any venue. Although masks are also no longer mandatory, we do encourage people to keep their mask on if they are comfortable to do so.

Bursaries for regional AAG members to attend

The organisers are pleased to announce that they have a limited number of
travel bursaries available to regional AAG members

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(please note that you need to be logged in to the AAG website using your
current AAG membership credentials to access the bursary application form).

The closing date for bursary applications is COB Tuesday 24th May

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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ageing Well – Riding the waves of change one-day conference brings together academics, industry partners and community members to explore what ageing well means, and the diversity of factors that influence the individual experience of an otherwise intangible concept.

This event will have a particular focus on how co-design, art and innovation can be used in research and practice settings to develop strategies, programs and settings that can facilitate wellbeing, connectedness and happiness as people age.

The program includes academic presentations by leading researchers in the field of ageing, a lived experience panel discussion and a hands-on interactive co-design workshop.

  • Learn about current research which examines ageing and wellbeing
  • Gain insights into how art and creativity can give voice to older people and be useful tools in research
  • Participate in our hands-on co-design workshop to understand how to apply co-design methodologies
  • Hear from our diverse lived experience panel
  • Network with other Victorian AAG members

Keynote speakers:

  • Lena Gan, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, The University of Melbourne
  • Professor Keith Hill, School of Primary and Allied Health Care, Monash University
  • Professor Colette Browning, School of Health, Federation University Australia
  • Associate Professor Gabrielle Brand, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University
  • Dr Jacqui Allen, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University
  • Dr Josefine Antoniades, NARI
  • Ilsa Hampton, Chair of AAG Vic Division and CEO of Optometry Vic/SA
  • A/Prof Helen Rawson, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University

Panel discussion with:

  • Stephen Damm, Tutor, Knox U3A
  • Cam Nguyen, CEO, Australian Vietnamese Women's Association
  • Rev A/Prof John Dupuche, University of Divinity
  • Dilnaz Billimoria, Community leader, advocate and volunteer in Eastern Melbourne
  • Teresa Donegan, Graduate Researcher: Ageing and Mindfulness

Click here for more information on our speakers

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Spaces are limited to 60 for this venue so
register early to avoid disappointment

Event Date & Time: Friday 3rd June 2022

Event Location: City of Melbourne Bowls Club, VIC
Flagstaff Gardens, Dudley Street
West Melbourne, VIC 3003

Places Available: 60

Your Investment

AAG Members $65
Non-member $ 85
Non-member concession $65


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