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Successful Ageing Seminars 2010 archive

UniSA's free Successful Ageing seminar series consists of special presentations on topical issues relevant to our more senior Alumni and members of the community. The seminars, delivered by UniSA academic staff and allied professionals, give access to the latest information on research on a range of health and lifestyle issues. Past seminar notes for 2010.


Friday 3 December 2010

Health Issues - State of Ageing in SA

What is the role of the community in supporting an ageing population? How do we support people living with dementia, and are there 'red flags' to look out for? Can living environment, diet and activity improve wellbeing and reduce the effects of health issues? Research into all of these areas is currently being conducted and information will be shared at this seminar by healthcare professionals.

Venue: Barbara Hanrahan Building (BH2-09) City West Campus
Time: 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Friday 24 September 2010

After the 'Global Financial Crisis' - Planning for the future

Have we seen the lowest point of the GFC? What is the ongoing financial impact for everyday living? Join finance experts for a practical discussion on the current financial trends and how we can plan for the future. This seminar will also address the need for estate planning, business succession planning and enduring powers of attorney.

Venue: Barbara Hanrahan Building (BH2-09) City West Campus
Time: 2.00pm - 4.00pm

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Friday 2 July 2010

Retirement - Active Planning; Financial and Physical Wellbeing

Thinking about retiring, or already retired? What are the implications of living on super or a pension? What are the benefits of keeping both mind and body active? Join investment specialists from Statewide Financial Services for insights into the current investment markets and tips on making the most of your finances in retirement. This seminar will also uncover research by UniSA academics on the benefits for seniors volunteering in botanic gardens throughout Australia.

Venue: Allan Scott Auditorium, Hawke Building, UniSA City West Campus
Time: 2.00pm - 4.00pm

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Thursday 25 March 2010

As a special start to 2010, attendees of previous Successful Ageing Seminars who had expressed interested in the Chancellor's Circle group were invited to a special workshop on Social Networking. This was an invitation only event.

Jenny Clift, Digital Media Officer, Marketing and Development Unit at UniSA explained the concept of social networking as "getting to meet all of your friend's friends and their friends and so on!" Social networking opens up opportunities to widen your network and potentially find people who share your interests, or can help you find a house, a car, or even a new job. Jenny demonstrated how to set up a Facebook page - a very popular social networking site. Interestingly, it is not only the teens, and 18-35 age group that are using the social media sites. In the past year there has been a significant increase in the 65+ age group signing up for Facebook pages.

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