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Safety in the homes is an area that affects of us all. How do we reduce the risk of falls among older people?
The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) has recently expressed their concern saying that the impact of the debate on older Australians seems to have been “forgotten”.
According to the Epilepsy Foundation, epilepsy is the most common neurological condition and can be diagnosed at any age. People in their later years are fast becoming one of the largest population groups as our population is generally living longer. However, with increasing age also comes an increased risk of developing epilepsy. NARI, COTA, Brotherhood of St Laurence and the Epilepsy Foundation has put together some resources to assist.
While it’s important to focus on how the postal vote on marriage equality affects youth, Australians shouldn’t forget about the impact it may have on older LGBTIQ people.
Our Director Briony Dow gives some good tips about ageing and fitness.