The passage of the baby boom into the 65+ age group over the next two decades will produce an unprecedented ageing of the Australian and New Zealand populations.  Between now and 2030, the percentage of adults over the age of 65 will grow by 86% from 13.8% – 19.9% of the population.  As the pre-war generation is replaced by the ageing baby boomer generation, considerable challenges present themselves in Oceania.  Like many other regions, the ageing of the baby boomer generation results in smaller families that are able to provide limited care, inadequate healthcare and ageing resources, and a growing need for extended long term care, all challenges that Right at Home can help to relieve.