Ageing in the new age compilation

Australia, 1983

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Episode of Series “Ageing in the New Age”.
This is a compilation of a series of seven films which examine the issue of ageing in our society. “Hitting a brick wall” is an introductory video; “Under one roof” looks at societies where several generations live under one roof; “With minimal help” is about the Independent Living Centre which offers advice and services to assist the elderly to remain living at home; “The Other side of the coin” examines the issues of pensions; “The Nest egg” is a dramatised film of the options for superannuation; “Reaching out” is about Spain - a co-operative of retired people; “Out of sight” is about Alzheimer’s Disease.

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