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HelloCare is an online magazine that publishes quality news articles on health, wellness, useful tips for caregivers and professionals, dementia, palliative care and more. With over 38,000 followers on social media we have a direct voice to consumers, aged care workers and operators. Be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter.


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The Ageing Asia Alliance (the Alliance) was formed in 2012. It is Asia’s first industry network on the business of ageing. The Alliance exists to nurture investments and development of products and services that addresses the evolving needs of Asia’s 1.2 billion ageing baby boomer population. The principal goal of the Alliance is to establish a network that will be the most recognised platform for Asia’s ageing market intelligence, and to champion higher excellence in both eldercare and industry standards. It will represent members with a shared vision on changing the way we age in the region. To date, the Alliance has over 650 professional members.


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Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) is the leading peak body supporting over 700 church, charitable and community-based organisations that provide accommodation and care services to over 450,000 older Australians. ACSA is at the forefront, representing, leading and supporting members to achieve excellence in providing quality affordable housing, community and residential care services for older Australians. 

A strong industry delivering the services Australians want. 
To advocate for, and support, our not-for-profit members to continue to provide high quality services valued by older people.


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ASLI (Association of Senior Living India), formed in 2012, is Founded by Mr. M.H. Dalal, CMD of Oasis Senior Living (, a veteran consultant and an assiduous proponent of the Senior Living industry for the last decade and also responsible for creating the first of its kind facility in Pune, 12 years back. The Acronym, ASLI, meaning ‘real’ in Hindi, was coined by him, to echo the urgent need for real and committed players in this nascent industry of Senior Living. ASLI is a Non-profit, no Capital organization, incorporated under Section 25 of the Indian Companies act. It has on its Board, CMD / Directors of companies who are operating in the Senior Living space in India. ASLI’s aim is to be a voluntary accreditation body to senior living providers by helping outline Bye Laws, Code of Practice, guidelines, frameworks, policies, to benefit all the stake holders of this nascent industry in India. It is formed to Empower senior Living in India by being a single point platform to bring best practices of the world to advance excellence in senior living in India. 



ASLI is an industry organization formed by a group of industry, government, and senior citizen supporters who care about the quality of life and lifestyle of seniors in Indonesia. ASLI’s purpose is to develop a standard of quality and service for senior living businesses in Indonesia that are competitive domestically and internationally.

Mission: To be the leading association of resort, residential, and allied enterprises that enhance the lifestyle of Indonesian seniors.

Vision: To raise awareness of enterprises that support an enhanced lifestyle for Indonesian seniors.
              - Become the recognized industry representative in itscommunication/engagement with stakeholders.
              - Educate the ecosystem of stakeholders about the range of services and alternatives available.
            To be a cooperative network of like-minded enterprises.
              - Become the recognized authority on industry terminology and service standards.
              - Become a resource to member enterprises.

         To support seniors in promoting an enhanced lifestyle of independence, dignity and purpose.
            - Establish a mutually beneficial relationship with senior communities and groups.
            - Become a proponent for senior  



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China Real Estate Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong and International Chapter (CRECCHKI) is a registered, non-profit making organization, to promote members' business of interests in the real estate industry with developing and providing local and overseas market opportunities for our members as our target. Now, we have around 320 members covering all major aspects of the industry, including real estate developers/investors, real estate funds, REIT, development management, surveyors, planners, architects, commercial banking and investing banking, hotel management, real estate agency services and others (Retired Civil Servants, Academics, Public Agencies and Association). Our international Membership network has extended to 20 countries, including: China, France, Germany, UK, USA, Australia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Greece, Luxembourg, Cyprus, UAE, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Singapore and South Africa. Our members are mostly active in the real estate industry and are influential market participants.



Founded in Paris in 1948, FIABCI, the International Real Estate Federation, is a business organization of real estate professionals worldwide. FIABCI exists to enable participants in the real estate industry to improve the quality and competitiveness of their activities through the sharing of knowledge, information and business opportunities at a local, national and international level. With members in 60 countries, including 100 national real estate associations, special consultant with NGO status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations Organisation (ECOSOC). FIABCI Indonesia is one of the FIABCI International representatives, and Indonesia Real Estate Association (REI) as a principal of FIABCI Indonesia. REI Chairman also to be responsible as FIABCI Indonesia President.


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Established in 2006, Homeshare Australia & New Zealand Alliance Inc. (HANZA) is a not-for-profit organisation increasing lifestyle choices for older, disabled and younger people. Driven by volunteers, it is a collaborative partnership between Homeshare providers and potential providers across Australia and New Zealand. HANZA is the peak body for Homeshare services providing information, advice and resources about Homeshare and connects Homeshare programs within Australia and New Zealand to international programs. HANZA is a clearing house of information for people wishing to establish a Homeshare program or those looking to find a Homeshare organisation in their community.


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REI is a national association for entrepreneurial market players in the real estate sector, or property developers of various scales. It was founded on the 11th of February 1972 in Jakarta. REI membership has been involving major governmental partners in housing and urban development, who have been supporting governmental agenda, in particular to the development of Rumah Sejahtera Tapak / RST(Landed house) and Rumah Susun Sederhana Milik / Rusunami (Flat) within the municipalities. This is congruent to the statistical fact that 70% of an approximate 2,000 members of REI encompasses corporations that have built RST targeted for the lower income bracket consumers across Indonesia. Whereas, the remaining 30% consists of middle-to high-end property developers.  



The Retirement Villages Association (RVA) is a voluntary industry association that represents the interests of registered retirement village owners, developers and managers throughout New Zealand, as well as individuals and organisations who supply goods and services to the retirement village industry. The RVA is a national organisation that works to represent, protect and promote the interests of its members and associates. The RVA’s principal objective is to promote a quality living environment for its members and their residents. While this is achieved in a variety of ways, one important and unique role is our auditing and accreditation regime. Registered retirement villages are required to comply with a legislated Code of Practice set out in the Retirement Villages Act 2003, which establishes the day-to-day management of the village and provides a comprehensive suite of resident protections.



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