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Collaboration between Centre for Ageing Studies (CAS) Universitas Indonesia with Keishin Gakuen Educational Japan Held on 30 October– 1 November 2016

Training family caregivers and volunteer caregivers in communities to engage in long-term care for the elderly, Keishin develop a common modularized training program. Professional trainers learn it as a training kit.[.pdf]

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Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year!!!

Dear ACAP colleagues Time is passing too quickly! Attached is our last newsletter in 2016, and we hope you enjoy it. We appreciate your articles, announcements, and updates. Please send us a short story and some photos about your hard work and warm stories from your community. The deadline for submitting articles for the next issue is on 20th January, …

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National Elderly Day (HLUN) dated

On May 30, 2015 held at Depok Mayor’s Office, Centre for Ageing Studies (CAS) UI in collaboration with the Komda Lansia Depok, BKKBN, Universitas Respati Indonesia (Urindo), Pergeri Depok, as well as elderly care institutions in Depok city has organized the National Elderly Day (HLUN) with the theme “Building Awareness and Mutual of  Elderly Tough to Achieve Sustainable Age Friendly …

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Field visit to Utrecht University (June 24, 2015), Groningen University (June 30, 2015) in the Netherlands, as well as Lougborough University (July 1, 2015) and Newcastle University (July 2, 2015) in the United Kingdom (UK)

In order to renew the collaboration contract with the existing universities abroad, Prof. Tri Budi W. Rahardjo on behalf of the University of Indonesia visited  to the Netherlands and the United Kingdom in late June to early July 2015. Beside to renew the MOU, at this time the field visit is also to explore the possibility of cooperation with Utrecht …

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Seminar on Research Results on Ageing, Kampus UI Depok

Centre for Ageing Studies (CAS), University of Indonesia has organized “Seminar on Research Result on Ageing and Utilization for Policy”, held in Balai Sidang UI, May 27, 2015. The purpose of the seminar is to increase the utilization of research results to strengthen policies and programs concerning ageing in Indonesia as well as to inform policy and related RPJMN on …

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Focus Group Discussion (FGD): discussion of issues WELFARE of the elderly

In the framework of a series of preparatory activities or policy dialogue Policy Dialogue Roundtable (PDRT) of the elderly population, the Centre for Ageing Studies (CAS) UI in this case represented by Prof. Tri Budi W. Rahardjo has been requested as consultants by Bappenas and UNFPA to prepare a policy brief related issues of elderly welfare. For the purposes of …

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Japan: Lessons from a hyperaging society

Japan is the world’s oldest country—25 percent of its people are aged 65 or over. By 2040, that ratio is estimated to rise to the historically unprecedented level of 36 percent. The population of Japan nearly tripled in the 20th century, peaking at 128 million in 2010. But with a falling birth rate, one of the world’s longest life expectancies, …

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Seminars long-term care and life cycle approach

To maintain the highest quality of life in older person, WHO supports investment approach on the factors that affect health throughout life’s journey; how the actions of individual people, health and social policies contribute to healthy aging. For people who experience a loss of functionality in the future, efforts should be targeted to restore and / or maximize the functional …

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Field Visit to Central Sulawesi and Yogyakarta with the BKKBN (National Population and Family Planning Coordination Board)

On 24-25 January 2015, Centre for Ageing Studies (CAS) University of Indonesia had the honor of field visit to Palu, Central Sulawesi, with the entourage of BKKBN. In this field visit, Prof. Fasli Jalal (Head of BKKBN) and Prof. Tri Budi Rahardjo W. (Head CAS UI) attended the graduation students of the University of Al-Khairat Palu, then gave a public …

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Development of Guidelines for Improving Quality of Care for the Elderly: Long Term Care and Life Course Approach

Centre for Ageing Studies (CAS) University of Indonesia with support from WHO Indonesia has organized a seminar with the theme “Development of Guidelines  for Improving Quality of Care for the Elderly: Long Term Care and Life Course Approach “, located in Science Park Building, University of Indonesia, Depok Campus, January 29, 2015. This seminar is in order to address the …

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