Resources

Download reports, fact sheets, brochures, toolkits and frameworks for use in your community or organisation.

Some of our printed documents are available to order from our supplier.

Read report titles provided to the Minister for Seniors

  • This report was written for the Office for Seniors to support the implementation of WHO’s programme in New Zealand.

    PDF, 478 KB • Published February 2017
  • This document summarises Age-friendly Cities and Communities: World experience and pointers for New Zealand. The report provides background research to support the implementation of the World Health Organization’s Age-friendly Cities and Communities (AFCC) programme in New Zealand.

    PDF, 193 KB • Published February 2017
  • The Auckland University of Technology Centre for Active Ageing was contracted by the Office for Seniors, Ministry of Social Development [Office for Seniors] to evaluate the process of implementing age-friendly approaches in Kāpiti Coast District, New Plymouth and Hamilton, also referred to as pilot sites.

    PDF, 581 KB • Published August 2018
  • Age friendly Diagram 

    PDF, 433 KB • Published November 2021
  • Our toolkit provides guidance and support for communities that would like to become age friendly.

    PDF, 5404 KB • Published October 2021
  • This resource aims to improve urban outcomes for older people through the design of public places, land use, spatial planning and design guidance

    • Published November 2021
  • This resource aims to improve urban outcomes for older people through the design of public places, land use, spatial planning and design guidance.

    PDF, 3982 KB • Published
  • The World Health Organisation has developed a website that has information on age friendly activities, tools and resources from across the globe.

  • The aim of this report is to understand views and behaviours towards an aging workforce in the Crown Entity Sector.

    PDF, 3336 KB • Published December 2015
  • For this report the Office for Seniors commissioned Nielsen Ltd to undertake research to understand New Zealanders’ attitudes towards older people and to ageing.

    PDF, 221 KB • Published January 2016

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