Developing long-term care systems for older people

The training course “Developing long-term care systems for older people” was developed in collaboration with ADB Asian Development Bank (ADB). The course, previously offered in 2015 and 2016, aims to provide participants with a more complete understanding of one of the most relevant emerging issues of ageing societies today: long-term care for older people.

At at the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • to explain why there is an urgent need to develop comprehensive care systems in the Asia-Pacific region, and why the current systems are not sustainable or equitable
  • to articulate what care for older people means, and therefore inform what care services should aim to provide
  • to highlight some of the key policy and programmes options available to stakeholders in the region for the development of care systems
  • to understand how to apply tools that can be used in the design and implementation of care services.

Date: Tuesday 18 – Friday 21 September 2018
Venue: The course venue will be the Kantary Hills Hotel in Chiang Mai, Thailand

The detail on training content and fee can be found in the brochure. Click button below. For further information please contact: Caitlin Littleton,


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