Rethinking ageing in the community

As Australia shifts to an ageing population, finding ways people can keep connecting and contributing will help build more resilient communities. MARCO AMATI and MARTYN JONES from RMIT University look at the Japanese approach of supporting people to age in the community affordably and with dignity.

 

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