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Being Curious – Ageism is discrimination EveryAGE Counts

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Date:
April 8
Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Other Time Zones:
10.30am – 11.30am  (NSW, ACT, Tas, Vic)
10.00am – 11.00am (SA)
10.30am – 11.30am (QLD)
10.00am – 11.00am (NT)
8.30am – 9.30am (WA)
Cost:
Free – $20.00

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Trainer First Name
Marlene
Trainer Last Name
Krasovitsky
Trainer Short Bio

Marlene Krasovitsky is currently the Campaign Director, Older Australians with The benevolent Society (TBS). Prior to this role, Marlene was the Director of Willing to Work, the National Inquiry into Employment Discrimination Against Older Australians and Australians with Disability with the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC). This Inquiry was led by The Hon. Susan Ryan AO, former Age and Disability Discrimination Commissioner.

Anne Ring
Anne is a health sociologist with a broad understanding of the complexities that we face and manage in our daily lives and in our society as we age, both through her professional studies and through her evolving experiences as an older person, which includes having been a carer and advocate for her elderly parents in their final years. A writer on ageing matters for a number of online sites for older readerships.

April 8 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Free – $20.00

‘Be Curious: what are older ages all about?’

 

Ageism is not benign or harmless. It is a big problem because it impacts on our confidence, quality of life, job prospects, health, and control over life decisions. It is pervasive but often hidden.

EveryAGE Counts is an advocacy campaign aimed at tackling ageism against older Australians.  It is led by a broad based national coalition of individuals and organisations committed to tackling ageism.

To better understand the beliefs and behaviours that drive ageism, in 2017 The Benevolent Society commissioned a three part research study The Drivers of Ageism to redefine the narrative of ageing in Australia and to drive positive change in economic, social, health and civic participation outcomes.

 

Learning Outcomes:

Marlene Krasovitsky and Anne Ring from Australia’s national coalition-led campaign to end ageism will outline;

  • what ageism is and identify its impacts
  • the purpose of the EveryAGE Counts campaign
  • identify how people can get involved
  • connect listeners to various resources that are available.

 

Target Audience – Ideally suited to aged care providers, and services concerned with the impact of ageism on older people and their service delivery.

 

Registered participants will receive the Zoom link 1-2 days prior to the event.

** Note:  That this session commences at 10.00 am Adelaide time

 

Every Age Counts website

EveryAge_Counts_Re-Framing_Ageing_Onepage

Ageism_in_Culturally_Diverse_Communities_-_Final_Report

Ageism_Summary Report_Final

 

Venue

Online via Zoom
Tickets are 1 per person
A Reminder email will be sent to registered participants 1-2 days prior to the session including the zoom link and any handouts,

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