Social inclusion - feeling connected to friends, family and communities - is vital to healthy ageing.
Social inclusion is not just about place, public safety and age friendly built-environments that promote independence.
It’s also about attitudes – breaking down stereotypes, anti-discrimination, and the right to a fair and equal go, regardless of age.
It’s a about the right to work, participate, contribute and benefit.
Through government and media National Seniors works to ensure that older Australians aren’t sidelined in the national debate.
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