Maintaining healthy sexual intimacy is an important aspect of ageing well. Too often, however, these crucial conversations are stigmatised and hidden. Join COTA NSW for a no-holds-barred discussion of sex and ageing, from keeping your sex life interesting and intimate, to practising safe sex as you age. Hear from a panel of experts about the crucial ingredients of good sex as you get older, and ask them your burning questions.


Jocelyn Klug is an accredited Clinical Psychosexual Therapist. She is the past chair of the Society of Australian Sexologists and has been in private practice for the past 20 years. Jocelyn works with individuals and couples experiencing sexual and relationship difficulties, and has a particular interest in sexuality and ageing and the impact of chronic illness on sexuality.

Rhonda Nay is Emeritus Professor at La Trobe University. She has been researching, presenting and publishing on sexuality and ageing, and sexuality and dementia since 1987. With colleagues she developed the first sexual health policy for aged care, also the SexAt – an assessment tool for aged care. Her passion is the human rights of older people and those living with dementia.