Intergenerational care gives children and older people the chance to interact, resulting in significant benefits for participants and the wider community.
Important programs helping older adults learn how to use the internet are effective but limited.
The rising number of older Australians is exposing the shortage of housing options and services to meet their needs, putting them at increasing risk of homelessness.
Research demonstrates the younger generation do see the older generation as competitors but we can change this adversarial relationship in the workplace.
Bringing older adults and young children together will make the care system better for everyone.
When it comes to sexual health, public information has tended to focus on the young. Time for a change.