Are you aged 50 years and over or know someone who is? Then have your say during the State-wide Conversation with Older South Australians from 25 October until 30 November 2016.
Older people make up one third of the South Australian population – a proportion that is steadily increasing! What older people have to say matters and your voice is critical to our State’s future.
The State-wide Conversation with Older South Australians invites older people to participate in a dynamic conversation that will inform and influence an age-friendly future for South Australia. The State-wide Conversation will reflect the diversity, creativity and vitality of older South Australians. It will acknowledge that the future of ageing will look very different to anything we have seen before, and that the older South Australians of today have a significant contribution to make to this state’s future.
The outcomes from these conversations will inform Office for the Ageing’s future work and that of government more broadly for older South Australians.
Get involved and have your say about what active ageing and age-friendly communities mean to you at www.yoursay.sa.gov.au/agefriendlysa
“This message has been authorised by Don Frater, Acting Chief Executive, South Australian Department for Health and Ageing”