COTA Tasmania is pleased to announce that its updated Liveable Communities Toolkit was launched on Wednesday 5 August by the Hon. Jeremy Rockliff MP, Deputy Premier and Minister for Disability Services and Community Development. This Toolkit provides councils and communities with information, ideas and resources to support Tasmanians of all ages, backgrounds and circumstances to live safe, respected, and healthy lives in their communities.
The Toolkit launch included presentations from COTA Tasmania, the Local Government Association of Tasmania, West Coast Council, Clarence City Council, Huon Valley Council, and Central Coast Council.
Click the links below to view the full webinar or each separate presentation.
- Full webinar (1 hour 37 minutes): https://youtu.be/OoXqA42WJoc
- Welcome and Launch (18 minutes): https://youtu.be/bHNUoLTXVVQ
- COTA Tasmania – what Liveable Communities are and why they are important (14 minutes): https://youtu.be/Xod3Mt1ywH8
- The Local Government Association of Tasmania – local councils as partners in growing liveable communities and encouraging active ageing (13 minutes): https://youtu.be/Y8w8eU_og8A
- West Coast Council – developing a liveable community strategy and outcomes (11 minutes): https://youtu.be/7RbZ4gWu_JQ
- Clarence City Council – being a member of the WHO’s Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities, and its Our Shared Space project (14 minutes): https://youtu.be/Rq4eOjXrluE
- Huon Valley Council – Huon Being and Faces of the Huon projects (12 minutes): https://youtu.be/XhEATY6cN2o
- Central Coast Council – Dementia-Friendly Central Coast strategy (10 minutes): https://youtu.be/ONiYXOmMRj0
The Liveable Communities Toolkit includes information about what a Liveable Community is, why they are important, ways to develop them, and resources for more information. Working with people in the community to discover strengths and challenges, and determine solutions to support our communities is a focus of the Toolkit.
Visit www.cotatas.org.au/programs/liveable_communities/ to view the Toolkit.
The Liveable Communities Toolkit has been funded by the Tasmanian Government through funded by the Tasmanian Government’s Strong Liveable Communities: Tasmania’s Active Ageing Plan.