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Tasmanian Plan for Positive Ageing 2000 – 2005

Government of Tasmania Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Tasmania 1 May 2000 Policy document community, plan

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The vision of the Plan is to develop a Tasmanian society in which people of all ages are recognised and valued, treated with dignity and respect and encouraged to contribute their wealth of experience and skills.

The Plan aims:
• To facilitate links and initiatives across government departments within the State and also with Commonwealth agencies to meet the needs of older Tasmanians;
• To encourage the community including businesses, local government and community organisations to provide opportunities for older members to continue to participate in their community; and
• To support individuals to take a life long positive approach to their ageing.


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