Welcome to ACNZ on Research!

A message from Age Concern National President, Evelyn Weir:

On behalf of Age Concern I am delighted to introduce Dr Judith A Davey.

Judith is an Age Concern New Zealand voluntary policy advisor and supports the organisation by contributing her research, knowledge and experience.
She has strong research credentials, and also works as a senior associate at the Institute for Governance and Policy Studies, Victoria University of Wellington
Judith has a great interest in older people and ageing, and will be the primary contributor to this research focused blog.

On behalf of the organisation, I thank her sincerely and look forward to reading her updates and your feedback.

Kind regards

Evelyn Weir

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About Age Concern New Zealand 'on research'

At the heart of everything Age Concern does is a passion to see older people experience well-being, respect, dignity, and to be included and valued. We support, inform and advise older people on issues such as access to health care, transport, housing, financial entitlements, and social opportunities. We also work to combat real problems in our society, like elder abuse and neglect, chronic loneliness and social isolation. We provide specialist services with trained and qualified professionals able to give expert advice and assistance. Age Concern is a charity and relies on the support of volunteers and public donations to do much of the work we do. To help us help older people, please consider making a donation of your time or money. To see how, visit www.ageconcern.org.nz
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One Response to Welcome to ACNZ on Research!

  1. Sally Keeling says:

    Well done, Age Concern,and Judith, for this initiative.

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