Creating Age-friendly Communities forum

COTA Queensland
Monday, August 21, 2017 - 8:00am to 4:00pm
Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide Street, Ithaca Room
Brisbane City
4 000
Queensland's peak body for seniors is celebrating it's 60th birthday during this year's Seniors Week 2017. As part of the celebrations, COTA Queensland will also host a Creating Age-friendly Communities forum on Monday 21 August - come along and be part of the conversation.

COTA Queensland turns 60

This year’s Seniors Week (August 19 to 27) will see Queensland’s peak body for older people celebrate its 60th birthday following a public forum on Creating Age-friendly Communities.

Council on the Ageing (COTA) Queensland will host the forum at Brisbane City Hall on Monday 21 August, where the Minister for Seniors, the Honourable Coralee O’Rourke, will officially launch the week-long state-wide celebrations.

Keynote speaker John Byrne is a change agent and specialist adviser in urban design, planning, policy and housing. John is a strong advocate for social sustainability and creating communities that provide opportunities for people of all ages to grow and prosper.

Dr Kathleen Brasher, a foundation member of the Strategic Advisory Group for the WHO Global Age-friendly Cities and Communities Network, will also share her knowledge and thoughts on creating liveable communities for people of any age.

Check out the full program at COTA Queensland’s event page and book your spot now at the Creating Age-friendly Communities forum to be part of the conversation and help shape Queensland’s future. Tickets cost $150 and bookings close Thursday 17 August.