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New research highlights barriers to dementia risk reduction, testing and screening

A recent study has identified a range of barriers which impede community engagement in dementia risk-reduction behaviours across the lifespan.

Driving Better and Longer: Evidence-based tools and programs - Research Brief

Professor Kaarin Anstey has developed a research brief providing an overview of new research that provides accurate tools for assessing safety risk and programs to maintain driver skills for as long as possible.





Designing Game-Based Cognitive Assessments for Older Prisoners in Australia

As Australia's prison population continues to age, there is a pressing need to address under-detected cognitive decline faced by this often-overlooked group.

Study Highlights Vital Need for Specialised Aged Care for Older People Experiencing Homelessness

A new study has highlighted the growing need for dedicated services to support older people subject to homelessness.

Homelessness among older people is a growing issue in Australia, with many facing numerous challenges such as poor health, depression and limited access to healthcare services. In Australia, it is estimated that over 116,000 people are homeless of whom 16% are aged 55 and over.

An overview of capabilities and infrastructure at Research Imaging NSW (RINSW)

Associate Professor Claudia Hillenbrand, Director of Research Imaging NSW (RINSW), shares with the Institute an overview of the facility – including how it can be used for ageing research and how members are able to access this infrastructure.

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Reablement and rehabilitation for Australians living with dementia in community aged care

Researchers from UNSW, HammondCare, and The University of Sydney are working to understand how to drive uptake of evidence-informed reablement and rehabilitation within the community aged care sector for Australians living with dementia.