Media coverage

NARI's researchers and Ambassadors are frequently cited in the media or are asked to prepare comment pieces.

To talk to a researcher or seek a comment piece, contact:

Penny Underwood on (03) 9818 8540 or


The ability to talk into a device and have it translate and relay the message to another person could be a game changer for people with dementia from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, improving care and reducing the need for potentially avoidable hospitalisations.


Australian women are willing to tell others about their bladder leakage but the majority simply laugh off the health issue, a new survey has found.


Royal Freemasons will implement an enhanced care program to support better outcomes for residents with dementia and their families in urban and regional facilities. The project will be evaluated by the National Ageing Research Institute and aims to provide a platform for implementing CDC in residential facilities.


Dr Sue Malta, NARI researcher, and Carrie Hayter - Co-Convenor AAG LGBTI Ageing Special Interest Group discuss the special needs of older lesbians.


Aged care is one of our biggest growing industries, but is it adapting to the needs of older Australians who come from different cultural backgrounds? Listen to NARI Director Dr Bianca Brijnath talk on the issue.