Skip to main content

COTA SA Boothby Candidates Forum puts ageing on Federal election agenda

27 April 22

Hear how the Boothby candidates will address the key issues affecting older Australians

COTA SA will host a Boothby Candidates Forum on Ageing at the Marion Hotel this Thursday.

The forum will include opening speeches, followed by a Q&A session for the audience to quiz candidates about the policies and priorities that will impact older South Australians.

WHO: Barbara Pocock, Greens Australia spokesperson

  • Jo Dyer, Independent candidate
  • Graeme Clark, United Australia Party candidate
  • Louise Miller-Frost, Australian Labor Party candidate
  • Rachel Swift, Liberal Party candidate

WHAT: Council on The Ageing SA (COTA SA) Boothby Candidates Forum on Ageing. Opening speeches by each candidate followed by a Q&A session with the audience. Facilitated by COTA SA Deputy President, Anne Burgess AM.

WHEN: Thursday, April 28, 2022

10am to 11.30am

WHERE: Marion Hotel (Parkview Room)

849 Marion Road, Mitchell Park

WHY: To hear how the Boothby candidates will address the key issues affecting older Australians.

HOW: Attendees can register for FREE through Eventbrite:

Media attending are not required to register.

The federal election is an important one for many older South Australians, including those who are:

  • experiencing a crisis in aged care or finding it difficult to navigate and access My Aged Care
  • in financial stress including because they cannot find housing which is affordable and suitable as they age
  • unable to access oral health care which is not part of Medicare
  • enduring ageism that is at the basis of elder abuse and poor aged care and that gets in the way of good health care and employment
  • worrying about climate change and wanting to do more to ensure future generations will enjoy a healthy planet

Subscribe to the COTA SA E-newsletter to stay up to date with all the latest news and events

Full Name