The Annual Report of the Older Women’s Network NSW 1 July 2022 – 30 June 2023.
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New census data shows that over the last ten years, the housing circumstances for people aged 55 years and older in NSW have gotten worse. This report is based on original research conducted for Housing for the Aged Action Group by researchers at Swinburne University of Technology, Western Sydney University and Curtin University.
The Annual Report of the Older Women’s Network NSW 1 July 2021 – 30 June 2022.
The George Institute Sex & Gender Roundtable Report. Organisations representing consumer groups were invited to attend the Sex & Gender Bias in Research and Healthcare Roundtable November 4 2021.
Housing is critically important for physical and mental health, and general wellbeing of older people. With a decline in home ownership at retirement age, unprecedented increases inhousing prices and a reduction in social and affordable housing stock in NSW, older people are experiencing significant housing challenges and are at increased risk of homelessness.
An investigation of recent experiences of age discrimination by older adults accessing health care.
A report prepared by Dr Pat Bazeley, Adjunct Professor, and Dr Jane Mears, Associate Professor, Western Sydney University, for the Older Women’s Network of NSW (Inc.), South Western Sydney Local Health District
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