Please join us at this exciting collaborative Healthy Ageing event

Wellness, Re-Ablement and Resilience Symposium – Living My Life My Way

The symposium is being held in collaboration with the Australian Association of Gerontology, the Seniors Information Service and the South Australian Self-Management Alliance. The symposium is also being held in conjunction with the Disability, Ageing and Lifestyle Expo.

The focus of the symposium will be on innovative ways to promote the wellness and re-ablement approach.

There will be interactive workshops, table top presentations on innovative programs and action sessions, so be prepared to join in.

When: Friday 25 September 2015, 9.30am to 5.00pm (registration from 9.00am)

Where: Goyder Pavilion Mezzanine, Adelaide Showgrounds

Registration: $25.00

Opening address: Phillip Herreen, Senior Australian of the Year, 2007

Key Presentations:

hobbinsNgaire Hobbins – Ngaire is an experienced Dietician and author of the popular book

Eat To Cheat Ageing’. She is passionate about encouraging people to relish great food and to get the most out of life.

boylanJosephine Boylan – Jo is the Director of Operations Southern Cross Care (SA & NT).

She has specialized in healthy ageing, focusing on creating ‘a setting’ for prevention, rehabilitation and health promotion.

Dhorwoodr Andrew Horwood – Andrew is a holistic GP, who has studied holistic medicine, counselling and personal spiritual growth.

He is a workshop presenter, mentor and poet.


Further Information Register here

Program Flyer

Information and Contact: admin@sasma.org.au events@seniors.asn.au

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Please join us for to celebrate innovation and cultural diversity at this collaborative active ageing seminar event. The event will celebrate the ideals of World Cultural Diversity Day and is for all health and aged care practitioners and community members. Come prepared for to join the ACTIVE and INNOVATIVE theme.

Opening by Senator the Hon Concetta Fierravanti-Wells
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Social Services, Senator for New South Wales

Presentation by Dr Helen Feist: Culturally Diverse Perceptions of Ageing Well: What do we know and where are the knowledge gaps
A/Director of the Australian Population and Migration Research Centre, University of Adelaide

Introduction to presentation by Mr Joe Caputo OAM JP: Chair of the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA). 

Presentation of 10 Innovative Multicultural Programs and Projects


When

Friday 12 June, 8.30am – 12.30 pm. *Registration from 8.30am

Where

Adelaide Pavilion
Veale Gardens, cnr South Terrace & Peacock Road,
Adelaide SA 5000
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Cost: $20 per person.
* some subsidised places are available please contact G-TRAC at gtrac@adelaide.edu.au

Parking: Limited spaces available at Adelaide Pavilion adelaidepavilion.com.au.

Refreshments: Brunch-morning tea will be served. Please notify us of any special requirements.

Register: Click here

Contact

Rosie Bonnin, Centre Coordinator | Email gtrac@adelaide.edu.au | Phone 08 8313 2144

*Faces – Cultural Diversity Artwork Courtesy of Jane Mac-Smith  

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