Some useful links
for seniors ...
The Seniors magazine has articles on News, Travel, Health, Lifestyle, Financial and Entertainment
A magazine and e-news for the 50s, 60s, and beyond that will keep you up to date on health, wealth, travel, work, new technology, and great food.
Throughout the month of October people of all ages, cultures, and abilities will come together and connect, celebrating the essential roles that older people play in our communities. Link to Queensland Seniors Month Website
Be Connected is an Australia wide Federal Government initiative empowering all Australians to thrive in a digital world. We have online learning resources as well as a Network of community partners – the Be Connected Network – who offer support so you can develop your digital skills and confidence. Link to BeConnected
GEMS for enquiring minds is a free monthly newsletter offering the latest quality-of-life research and computer/Internet hints and tips. You can subscribe or just read it on the website. Link to GEMS
U3A Network Queensland is the state-wide incorporated advisory body covering all U3As in Queensland. Most other states in Australia have established a similar advisory organisation to foster interaction between individual groups within their own state and with the national and international U3A movement.
U3A Network Queensland was established in 2009 and became incorporated on 6 August 2009 (IA37380). The Network represents 35 U3A groups throughout the state, including U3A Online.
Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre of the University of Tasmania has free online courses covering topics such as Preventing Dementia and Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury.
Council on the Ageing (COTA) Queensland is committed to advancing the rights, needs, interests, and futures of people as we age. Link to COTA site.