Case Studies

  • COTA Fit For Life

    COTA NT believes that everyone should be able to age actively. This is why COTA NT promotes participation in fitness and wellbeing events, such as the Fit for Life program.

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  • Age-Friendly Buses Project

    The Age-Friendly Buses Project explored the underlying principles and priorities for age-friendly public buses.

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  • Piecing it Together

    Piecing it Together is an intergenerational street art project that brings younger and older people together to learn about, design, and create street art.

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  • DIGnity

    DIGnity provides a therapeutic, supportive experience for older residents and people that are differently abled.

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  • The ENJOY Trial

    The ENJOY Trial aims to evaluate the impacts of sustained physical activity, through the use of Seniors Exercise Parks, on mental, social and physical health outcomes.

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  • 20-Minute Neighbourhoods

    The Victorian Government believes the community should be able to access essential services within a 20-minute return walk.

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  • RiAT

    RiAT was an outdoor group walking program which aimed to increase walking and reduce sitting in physically inactive older adults in retirement villages.

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  • MARCIA

    The MARCIA study was conducted to support the City of Bunbury's vision to be the Most Accessible Regional City in Australia.

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  • Kiama Health Plan 2018-2021

    The Kiama Health Plan 2018-2021 identifies key active ageing strategies to address priority issues in the community.

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  • Heart Foundation Walking

    Heart Foundation Walking groups are a community led initiative, aimed at improving public health and reducing the prevalence of heart disease among Australians.

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  • Oran Park Town

    Oran Park Town is an excellent example of how the wellbeing of older people can be acknowledged and supported when designing and building communities.

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  • Endeavour Park

    Endeavour Park caters to the needs or various ages and abilities, including young children, seniors and people with disabilities.

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  • Age-Friendly Melville

    The Age-Friendly Melville Plan 2017-2021 enables the City to build on its achievements and work towards an age-friendly Melville.

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  • City of Unley Active Ageing Strategy

    The City of Unley’s Active Ageing Strategy purpose is to guide Council’s approach in all of its activities to promote active ageing.

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  • Wattle Apartments by Churches of Christ in Queensland

    Wattle Apartments provide 40 modern, purposefully designed, low maintenance homes for seniors who are under-occupying public housing family homes.

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  • Bowen Place Crossing

    Bowen Place Crossing is a fit-for-purpose age friendly pedestrian and cyclist underpass. 

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  • Healthy Darwin

    Healthy Darwin encourages the elderly to engage in physical activity and stay socially connected.

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  • Lightsview

    Stockland Lightsview Retirement Village, within Lightsview Estate, offers independent living villas that support residents to age in place.

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