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Prosperity Through Longevity: South Australia’s Ageing Plan Our Vision 2014-2019

Department for Health and Ageing Government of South Australia Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards South Australia 1 January 2014 Policy document community, elderly care, Social Inclusion

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The state government's vision is to bring the community together to create an all-ages-friendly state. To ensure South Australians have a fulfilling, active and enjoyable life at every stage, gaining the maximum benefit from longevity linking personal wellbeing with social and economic productivity.

The new ageing vision aims to change the way South Australians think about growing older. It celebrates our state's unique demographics and acknowledges the triumph of multiple generations now having the opportunity to grow older together and enrich each other's lives through intergenerational learning.


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