Aging / Older People
Older people experiencing vulnerability and multiple disadvantage in New Zealand
Older people experiencing vulnerability and multiple disadvantage in New Zealand uses the Integrated Data Infrastructure to understand the experiences and characteristics of people aged 65 and older in Aotearoa New Zealand. It measures the needs of older people exploring the domains of health, housing, finance, social connection, and access.
New guide on intergenerational practice from the Global Campaign to Combat Ageism
This guide builds on the evidence in the Global Report on Ageism that interventions for intergenerational contact is one of three strategies that have been proven to work in addressing ageism, together with policy, law, and educational interventions.
The guide provides step-by-step guidance for anyone who is using or wishes to use intergenerational practice to combat ageism and to promote understanding and mutual respect among generations.
Age Concern has a lot of research and resources about ageing on their website:
AUT Centre for Active Aging, Auckland University of Technology
Committed to working with older people to live well, regardless of people’s capacities or places of residence. It is focused on enabling diverse, inclusive communities, participation in community and social life, liveable spaces and places, and negotiating health issues.