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AAG's Thursday Three
~ AAG members focus on working through Royal Commission final recommendations for the coming weeks
~ 2021 AAG Conference open for Abstracts - 8th March
~ Getting to Know… Ilsa Hampton, Victorian AAG Division Chair
AAG members focus on working through Royal Commission final recommendations for the coming weeks
After an initial consideration of the recommendations, AAG is pleased to see those recommendations that align with AAG and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ageing Advisory Group (ATSIAAG)’s submissions to the Royal Commission and AAG’s other publication, including the AAG Position Paper: Aged care workforce, funding and governance.
In the coming weeks, AAG will be working with its members to develop detailed responses to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety Final Report which was released on Monday 3 March 2021.
AAG members are encouraged to join one of the 15 AAG-member-only forums to discuss the Royal Commission final report recommendations we have planned between 9-19 March 2021 by registering by the link below. Thank you to those that have already registered.
2021 Conference open for Abstracts from 8 March
The 54th AAG Conference welcomes abstracts submissions for Symposiums, Orals and Poster presentations from researchers, educators, aged care and health practitioners, policy makers, educators, students and those engaged in improving the experience of ageing for older people.
Submissions presenting ideas, critical reflections or case studies from practice, policy or the lived experienced are welcome.
Submit an abstract under one of the following six themes:
1. Health and Medical
2. Climate, environment and food
3. Policy, advocacy, planning & change
4. Social Engagement & Wellness
5. Service delivery, workforce & reform
6. Arts, design, innovation & technology
The 54th AAG Conference on the Gold Coast from 9th to 12th November 2021 with pre-Conference workshops on 9th of November.
Getting to know … Ilsa Hampton
Ilsa Hampton is the new Victorian AAG Division Chair. Ilsa is the CEO of Meaningful Ageing Australia, the national peak body for spiritual care and ageing. Meaningful Australia sees spirituality as integral to, but not confined by, religion and faith.
Click here to continue reading in Getting to know you ... Ilsa Hampton – AAG Victorian Chair, someone who enjoys Michael McIntyre’s humour and is seeking alternative names to ‘grandmother’.
Getting to know you … is a regular ‘Thursday Three’ item giving you the opportunity to get to know each other and perhaps learn something new.
Save the date
54th AAG Conference - Gold Coast, 9 - 12 November 2021
(9 November Pre-Conference Workshops)
Click on the banner below to view a video from the Conference Chair, Dr Katrina Radford
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