Partnerships are important to Meaningful Ageing Australia in our mission and vision of helping our members to foster the potential for all older people to flourish by finding meaning and well-being.
Meaningful Ageing Australia looks forward to continuing to build partnerships with leaders in their field who share our goals for quality of life and quality of care for older people.
Prime Super have partnered with Meaningful Ageing Australia since 2017. This has enabled two years of regional workshops for staff in aged care on integrated spiritual care, our 2018 national award and the resource ‘The Space Between: Integrated Spiritual Care in Community Aged Care’, development of the Meet Akira digital learning experience and more.
About Prime Super:
WE HAVE YOUR BEST INTERESTS AT HEART
Whether you’re focused on your super today or tomorrow, we’ve got your back, that’s the advantage of being 100% independent, we are completely unbiased. In fact, you are such a priority profits are returned to members, just like you. At Prime Super, we’re proud to be different and we’re proud to build relationships with members just like you.
We work to achieve the best possible retirement for you by wisely investing the $6.2 billion our 125,000 members, trust us to manage.
Prime Super, putting the heart into super.
Spiritual Health Association
SHA and Meaningful Ageing Australia partnered for the National Guidelines for Spiritual Care in Aged Care Project.
Altura Learning / Health Television Network
Altura Learning/HTN and Meaningful Ageing Australia worked together to create and distribute a high quality on-line broadcast training resource for pastoral and spiritual care volunteers entitled Spiritual Care Series – a volunteer training course.
StepUp for Dementia Research
About StepUp for Dementia Research:
StepUp for Dementia Research is a research participation and engagement service, a “one-stop shop” that connects individuals, both with and without dementia, with researchers conducting studies into dementia prevention, diagnosis, treatment, care and cure. We make it easier for the brightest minds in research to connect with people willing to donate their time. For volunteer research participants, registration can take as little as five minutes!
What sets StepUp for Dementia Research apart:
- We are an inclusive Australian research hub that gives everyone aged 18 and over the opportunity to participate in research
- The service is free for researchers to use; its database will be available to anyone conducting ethically approved dementia studies
- The service allows Australians to donate time (as much or as little as they want to), rather than money
- It places the value and potential of people with dementia at the centre of the solution
- Registration is simple and flexible, with a few clicks participants can sign up to be contacted and opt out at any stage
For more information, visit StepUp for Dementia Research or call 1800-7837-123. Sign up today to help power the next dementia breakthrough!
About K&L Gates:
As a global law firm, K&L Gates offers a full range of legal services including corporate structuring, property leasing and acquisitions, employment law, tax and financing arrangements, regulatory compliance, data protection, cybersecurity and privacy.
Our team is also highly regarded in the Aged Care and Retirement Living space having been involved in many of the significant industry transactions both locally and on a wider scale. A number of team members have health/science qualifications and have experience in advising on matters relevant to aged care and retirement living. Many of our team members have also worked in-house for a range of healthcare organisations and a large health insurers so understand the demands and requirements and especially the importance of providing the right care. For more information, go to www.klgates.com/health-care-practices.
Meaningful Ageing Australia is proud to have received a membership scholarship for our Melbourne office space at The Commons – Collingwood.
The Commons is a dynamic and ever-evolving organisation actively working towards creating a more environmentally-conscious business model. In 2019, they invested in renewable energy, offsetting their energy-related carbon emissions. The Commons is B Corp Certified. Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose and create a more sustainable and inclusive economy.