For older Australians | Council on the Ageing South Australia
We are excited!! Our 2016 Every Generation Festival program has just been released.
Welcome To COTA South Australia
COTA SA is creating new images and expectations of our older years... boldly reframing the way we age.
COTA SA is not only the peak body for 570,000 older people in South Australia, but also your one-stop-shop for exclusive member-only benefits. COTA SA members benefit when they belong in a variety of ways.
COTA SA provides a platform to ensure that older South Australians are part of decision-making by government on everything from income and employment to housing and health.
Members can also make great savings on everyday items at thousands of businesses across Australia through the Member Rewards program.
NEWSFLASH - The deadlines for Event Registrations and Positve Ageing Awards Nominations for the Every Generation Festival have been extended. See https://www.cotasa.org.au/Programs/Festival/default.aspx for new dates.
Road Safety is everyone's business and no less so as we age; what does this mean to older drivers and what are the issues to consider
You are invited to the COTA SA SALA exhibition in August highlighting the extraordinary talents of older South Australian artists
EVERY GEN FESTIVAL
The deadlines for Event Registrations and Positve Ageing Awards Nominations for the Every Generation Festival have been extended.
Are you a carer? The Australian Bureau of Statistics has put out this information to assist you in filling out the census.
You are invited to 'A New Age For Older Workers'. Professor Barbara Pocock, Emeritus Professor at UniSA will present her latest research.
What is fitness to drive? Find out how to to drive safely and effectively for longer, and the effects of illness and medications on driving.
You are invited to come along and learn about using motorised mobility scooters, what rules apply and safe rider practices.
Join us as Jamie Mackenzie from the Centre for Automotive Safety Research presents the latest research on assistive technologies.