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SuperSeniorsNZ is run by the Office for Seniors (NZ Government)
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 16
"There’s something about writing to one another that is very special: that slow pace, looking forward to receiving the next letter and knowing that someone is looking forward to your response."
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 15
Take a read of our latest SuperSeniors newsletter as . Nicola Sladden gives the tricks and tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of scams
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 14
"Everybody involved with these sessions has gone away feeling a sense of fulfillment and connection with their local community, which is of course the ultimate goal of this concept."
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Ministry of Health Aug 14
Nelson-Marlborough DHB has introduced the National Bowel Screening Programme, meaning another 30,000 people will begin bowel screening. Nelson-Marlborough joins , , , and already in the programme.
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NZ ODI Aug 14
Have your say There is an opportunity for your organisation to have its say on the Draft National Ethical Standards for Health and Disability Research. Submissions close 5pm, Thursday 20 September.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 13
Looking forward to hearing your feedback!
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 13
Check out our next article in our series which appeared in the today. In it . talks about the future of retirement
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AUT Centre for Active Ageing Aug 13
facilitating a community group responding to call for submissions on developing a new strategy to prepare for an ageing population.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 12
How do we make things good for older people? Take a read of our latest article by Charles Waldegrave- Coordinator and Lead Researcher at The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.
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Stephen Neville Aug 10
Delegates working in our workshop 'age friendly NZ: Strengths based approach' presented by & Diane Turner
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 9
In celebration of International Day of Friendship last month we meet two new friends who were brought together as part of the Senior Services Friendship Programme. Read more in our latest newsletter …/superseniors-august-2…
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David McNally Aug 9
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Stephen Neville Aug 9
⁩ ⁦⁩ and Diane Turner from ⁦⁦⁩ Day 2 of a really fantastic ⁦
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 8
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 8
Another article in our series, this time on how an ageing population will impact on the regions by Dr Natalie Jackson from
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Asghar Zaidi Aug 7
.... a happy team after role playing, highlighting discrimination against older workers, during Masters Class on Ageism of ⁦⁩ at ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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CARE research theme Aug 7
One week until: Positive Ageing Strategy and a Constitution for Older New Zealanders. 15 Aug, Wellington. We've lined up great speakers, panelists and discussions. Free but registration needed and is filling up!
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Asghar Zaidi Aug 7
Ageism has 3 dimensions. 1) Stereotyping is about how we think about older people; 2) Prejudice is how we feel about them; and 3) Discrimination is about how do we act towards older people. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 7
Office for Seniors Director Diane Turner was live on today, talking about everything positive ageing. Take a listen!
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SuperSeniorsNZ Aug 7
Thank you to the more than 2700 people who took our SuperGold card survey. There is still time to have your say in our second survey on work and income
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