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Health Matters – Ageing Well

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75 Commercial Rd

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Health Matters – Ageing Well

The Baker Institute is inviting you to join leaders from the science, media, health and medical worlds, for a wide-ranging conversation about the opportunities and challenges we face when it comes to ageing well in the 21st century.


When: Tuesday 24 October 2017
6:30 pm to 8:00 pm (AEST)

Where: AMREP Lecture Theatre
75 Commercial Rd
Melbourne VIC 3004


We have a lot of clever and worthy people offering practical and educational content around ageing well.

Speakers include:

- Associate Professor Briony Dow -
Director of the National Ageing Research Institute
and Associate Professor of Ageing at University of Melbourne

- Darren Henstridge -
Baker Fellow and Group Leader
Molecular metabolism and ageing, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute

- Oscar Carlson -
Life Coach, Teacher, Athlete and Artist

- Nicola Stevens -
Australian rules footballer with the Carlton Football Club and Alzheimers Australia Ambassador

Hosted by Brigid O’Connell, Health Reporter for the Herald Sun

Some of the topics we will be exploring are:

  • What do we want when we age?

  • The importance of living a healthy lifestyle and how to maintain optimum health

  • Wide ranged discussion on Alzheimer’s and dementia and lifestyle factors that can prevent these diseases

  • How important is physical activity when growing older?

  • What advice do you have for older people moving into aged care?

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For more information contact Amy Curtis: amy.curtis@baker.edu.au

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