National Seniors Australia will be holding its third state convention in Western Australia on Tuesday 19 and Wednesday 20 September. State Governor Kerry Sanderson will open the event.
You could play a role in the search for an outstanding older person by submitting a nomination for Senior Australian of the Year 2018.
Nominations for the award, part of the 2018 Australian of the Year awards, will be open until midnight on Sunday, 6 August 2017.
The Awards program relies on the public to submit nominations for people deserving of recognition for the 2018 Australian of the Year, Senior Australian of the Year, Young Australian of the Year, and Australia’s Local Hero.
Join us for breakfast and our seminar: Financial implications of transitioning to retirement presented by Basil La Brooy, Senior Officer National Seniors Financial Information Desk.
Join the branches of zone 107 for an interesting conference with excellent guest speakers and entertainment including Richard 'Dick' Whitaker, meteorologist and author, Dagmar Parsons, CEO, National Seniors Australia, and Peter Kirkwood on the didgeridoo.
If you would like the opportunity to meet members of NationaI Seniors’ executive leadership team and other staff, come to a zone conference next month.
Chief Executive Officer Dagmar Parsons will be at the Zone 109 conference (Rural Qld) in Toowoomba on 10 May; at Zone 114 (Regional WA) with Research Director John McCallum at Katanning on 22 May, and at Zone 107 (Sydney North) on 24 May.
Join the Floreat and Districts branch of National Seniors Australia for an informative and entertaining morning learning about Chilean history, culture, customs and cuisine in the presence of Mr Carlos Moncada, Honorary Consul of Chile in Western Australia.
Join the Capricornia branch of National Seniors Australia for a creative watercolour painting session with local artist Nora Hanasy.
Join the branches of zone 101 for an interesting conference with excellent guest speakers, entertainment, a raffle and lucky door prize.
Join the Floreat and Districts branch of National Seniors Australia and hear from mining engineer, Ken Brinsden, as he discusses mining and its contribution to the development of Western Australia.
A new dementia-friendly garden will be created in Sydney’s north-west using money raised at this year’s Sydney Memory Walk & Jog event.
Alzheimer’s Australia NSW’s John Watkins said the garden at the organisation’s North Ryde site would be a multi-purpose, therapeutic space to both stimulate and calm the senses.