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Running from 8 to 31 October, the 2017 Victorian Seniors Festival included around 2,000 events across Victoria.
With eight days of free public transport on offer from 7 to 14 October it's easy for you to travel to events or explore Victoria.
Each year the festival celebrates the contribution of older people to the community with the Victorian Senior of the Year Awards.
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We all love our couches, but it might be time to leave it alone for a while, even just for a hour each day. Here are some ideas for what to do when you're apart.
Seniors come from all walks of life and contribute to our community in myriad ways. Meet some people whose stories may cause you to reflect on your own.
Victoria is made up of many communities and those communities are made up of many people. Learn more about who and what may be in your neck of the woods.
One of the benefits of being a senior is you have more time to pursue your interests. Here are some activities you may not have considered or others you'd like to know more about.
Everyone experiences financial pressures from time to time. Learn how to access free advice, avoid being taken advantage of or cost-saving measures you can apply at home.
Some seniors feel less safe with each passing year. Others are prone to accidents more than when they were younger. Here is some advice on how to protect yourself and your assets.
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An enduring power of attorney is where you give someone you trust the legal authority to make decisions on your behalf when you are no longer able to. Many seniors delay this decision until it is too late and are mistreated by people they thought they could trust.A new guide has been produced to help you minimise risk, plan ahead and choose someone you trust free of external pressure.
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