The conference is an initiative of the Flinders University Modern Greek Section and is hosted by the LOGOS Australian Centre for Hellenic Language and Culture, Flinders Institute for Research in the Humanities and the School of Humanities and Creative Arts at Flinders University.
The last conference held in June 2015 attracted presenters from service providers, councils, practitioners, industry representatives and educators to share their knowledge and discuss their research and experiences and network with other delegates. It was supported by a great number of sponsors, including the Government of South Australia, the Australian Government Department of Social Services and many others from the business sector and community organisations and it was officially opened by The Hon. Zoe Bettison, Minister for Ageing and Multicultural Affairs.
In total there were 62 presentations over the three days on Ageing themes, particularly relating to the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities with 150 delegates attending and an additional 350 people attending the conference events including the official reception at Parliament house and the conference dinner.
We expect 2017 conference to be an outstanding event not to be missed and by supporting this event you will:
- gain national and international recognition
- share and receive knowledge
- network with others in your field
- be offered the findings of the conference to support your accreditation and ongoing research
Your support, financially and in person, will contribute enormously to the success of the conference and have a positive influence on healthy ageing and you will also be supporting the next generation of Australians.
Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities: AIFL 2017 sponsorship packages (PDF 365KB)
The 2017 conference is proudly sponsored by:
Supported by Office for the Ageing, SA Health
The conference committe is greatful for the support from:
Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG), FECCA, Multicultural Aged Care Inc. SA, Multicultural Communities Council of SA, Multicultural SA, National Ageing Research Institute (NARI), School of Nursing and Midwifery, Flinders University, SAHMRI Wellbeing and Resilience Centre