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Queensland: an age-friendly community

An age-friendly community is where older people are valued, respected and actively engaged in their community. They can stay in touch with people they care about and find the services and support they need. Age-friendly communities are more liveable for everyone.

  • Strategy and reporting

    Information about the Queensland: an age-friendly community Strategic Direction Statement, Action Plan, Implementation Schedule and Report Card.

  • Advancing Queensland: an age-friendly community grants program

    Information about the age-friendly community grants program including the amount of funding available, who can apply and how to apply.

  • Age-friendly toolkit

    Our toolkit is your go-to guide to bringing age-friendly initiatives to life in your community. It is a learning resource to help community organisations, businesses and local government include age-friendly concepts in their work and to contribute to building an age-friendly Queensland.

  • Resources

    Age-friendly resources, links to the World Health Organization and useful websites.

  • Residential Transition of Older Queenslanders

    Report on the recommendations provided by the Advisory Taskforce on Residential Transition of Older Queenslanders and the Queensland Government's response.

  • B.OLD short film competition

    Learn more about this fun initiative designed to challenge negative perceptions about ageing.

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