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Welcome to the Upside of Ageing

LiveUp is powered by a not-for-profit that is funded by the Australian Government. We're focused on helping people stay independent through healthy ageing.

We've created a comprehensive list of exercise classes, product suggestions, and local groups so you can age your way. Take the free, confidential quiz to see your suggestions.

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Live well with LiveUp!

Hear from LiveUp user Marita about the importance of staying active after retirement.


For Marita, her key to healthy ageing is about staying well mentally and physically.


With the help of assistive products, Marita has been able to stay as independent and well as possible.


Click the play button on the left to watch the episode!

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How it works


Check it out

The LiveUp website has lots of free information about healthy ageing and how you can maintain and even regain your independence.


Take the quiz

Take this free and easy quiz. Some quick questions deliver personalised suggestions for your healthy ageing journey.


Explore your solutions

See tailored suggestions in your local area. Have fun, try new things, find assistive products and connect with your community.

Take the quiz

Age your way

What does healthy ageing mean?

Healthy ageing or active ageing means making choices that help you develop and maintain your independence for longer.


You can live a full life by simply taking care of your health, maintaining relationships, and using assistive products.

How to age your way

Your healthy ageing journey

The LiveUp website is full of simple suggestions to help you stay independent for the long term. Choose from various classes and activities, suggested assistive products and printable exercise sheets.


Easy to access and free of charge, they're designed to help you do the things you want to do now and into the future.

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Assistive products promote healthy ageing and help you stay independent. And they're designed for everyone.

In fact, UNICEF and WHO found that one in three people would benefit from assistive products.

Need help?

If you're unsure where to get started or what to do next, we have a team of specialists who can help.