Friday, 10 August 2012
80 people aged 65 years to 96 years old dancing in Auckland, New Zealand to the song 'Feelin' Good Ooh La La' by The DNC on 9 August 2012.
The group is made up of senior citizens from Waiheke Island who have been practising the dance for some time.
The Lifemark Flashmob is all about drawing attention to the elderly's growing need for purpose-built housing.
Additional funding begins to recognise dementia as one of New Zealand’s most significant and growing heathcare challenges
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