This article presents the findings from a study that gives voice to older Aboriginal Australians’ perspectives culturally-appropriate programs to assist with healthy ageing.
This report provides the views and preferences of over 201 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, gathered through a series of 19 workshops held across Victoria between May and August 2019.
This report is an outcome of a longitudinal cohort study which aims to identify risk and protective factors for dementia and other age-related chronic conditions, as well as promote ageing well with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians from urban and regional communities.
Aunty Jean's Good Health Team: listening to the voices of the elders to create an Aboriginal chronic and complex care program: participatory evaluation of the Illawarra Health, Aboriginal Chronic and Complex Care, Pilot Program
Aunty Jean's Good Health Team began as a pilot program that aimed to develop a combined model of health promotion, education and self management that could be supportive of and sustain the development of good health behaviours and strategies for Aboriginal people with chronic and...
Almost non-existent 30 years ago, the rate of youth suicide and self-harm in Indigenous communities across Australia is now the highest in the world. Urgent action is desperately needed to address this crisis. Current mainstream efforts by Government policy makers and health and social services...