Whether you are preparing for the future or caring for a loved one, the Melbourne Care & Ageing Well Expo is the
perfect place to start, showcasing the products, services, information and education available to aid you in the decision making process.
The Expo showcases comprehensive living solutions for older Australians and features speakers with a wealth of knowledge and advice for getting the most out of your later years.
Hear from experts across a wide range of aged care topics such as ageing well, aged care finances, home care planning, caring for those with dementia, cyber crime and more.
The CareApp Lifestyle Stage will provide a continuous stream of information from industry experts.
While the Uniting AgeWell Chat Lounge is another great source of information, with a focus on ageing well, staying healthy, innovative products and consultations with health professionals.
Both stages allow guests to ask questions and discuss further with the speaker after their presentation at the
adjacent Q&A booth.
With over 60 aged care exhibitors, the types will include Residential Care, Home Care, Retirement Living, Equipment, Service Providers, Health Care, Legal and Financial, Medical, Consultants, Technology and Support Groups.
In the centre of the Expo is the Retreat, a lounge area to relax and regroup over a coffee or a bite to eat from the pop-up café with friends or colleagues. Use the comfortable seating to reflect on the great source of information and plan out what’s next!
The expo is free to attend, however we recommend pre registering online before the Expo to assist with capacity requirements, to receive updates and make entry more streamlined and avoid onsite registration.
Please note, in accordance with Government regulations you are required to be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 to enter the event, proof will be required as a condition of entry, we appreciate your understanding and patience.
The types of exhibitors will include;
Residential care facilities
Home care providers
Retirement living providers
Equipment providers (wheelchair, zimmer frame etc)
Allied health providers (physiotherapists, cognitive therapists, counsellors etc)
Vulnerable care groups (LGBTI, culturally and linguistically diverse etc)
Financial and superfunds
NFP support groups