Two grade 6 students, Roy Manning and Jake Grimshaw, have come to the aid of an older Victorian in need on Halloween night, prompting COTA Victoria and Seniors Rights Victoria to issue the heroes with special commendations.
Our COTA Victoria Strategic Plan 2023-2025 will ensure we can continue to support older Victorians over the next three years and beyond.
The Strategic Plan clearly defines our pathway for the future, and is based on our positive and pragmatic perspective of ageing in Victoria. It is based around fo
In this document, COTA Victoria is providing a key list of funding initiatives that warrant serious consideration across Victorian Government portfolios. We have focussed on four priorities that require timely attention over the next year – in the 2023-24 Victorian State Budget and beyond.
This submission outlines proposals that can be included in the 2022-23 state budget to assist older people to age well. Prioritising measures to support healthy and active ageing will offer a significant return on investment.
One of the joys of being 70 and a grandparent is time spent with family and children. While Victoria’s COVID lockdowns have made that much harder, some grandparents are staying in touch and helping out the family during lockdowns, thanks to technology.
From Greece to Japan, the ‘Blue Zones’ are pockets of the world where people have fewer chronic conditions and en masse live longer. What are the secrets to their health and longevity? Research has uncovered some very interesting findings.
‘Older Victorians are more likely to volunteer, put in unpaid hours as carers, parents and grandparents and they bring significant diversity with more than 40 per cent of older Victorians born overseas,’ Ms Hogarth-Clarke said.
The Council on the Ageing (COTA) Victoria is urging families to use Mother’s Day next Sunday 12 May 2019 as a time to record the stories and memories of grandmothers to preserve the family history for grandchildren.
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