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01/02/2023

Rodney Lewis, Elderlaw Senior Solicitor and Aged Care Justice Consultant, appointed to the Order of Australia

Rodney Lewis, Elderlaw Legal Services Senior Solicitor, legal author, and elder law activist, was appointed to the Order of Australia on 26 January 2023
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19/01/2023

COTA Victoria's Annual Report shared at Annual General Meeting

On 22nd November 2022 COTA Victoria held its annual general meeting (AGM) online for the third consecutive year. Seniors Rights Victoria presented about how data capture has changed and talk…
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23/11/2022

SRV's Integrated Services Fund Project

Learn about SRV's Integrated Services Fund project, which has been running since 2018.
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15/11/2022

The Australian Guardianship and Administration Council Conference 2022

SRV's principal lawyer and manager, Rebecca Edwards was part of a panel for the 2022 AGAC conference in Melbourne
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13/10/2022

Staff Profile: Community Lawyer, Julia

What do you do at SRV?  I am a community lawyer in the SRV Casework team, I advise on legal issues arising from elder abuse, and in some cases act…
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13/10/2022

SRV staff attend Deaf Awareness Training

SRV and COTA Vic staff attended Deaf Awareness Training, with Expression Australia at the John Pierce Centre.
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01/09/2022

SRV and Djirra

At Seniors Rights Victoria we have a monthly team catch up. It's been great to be able to get together in person recently, after the ongoing lockdowns in Melbourne over…
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16/08/2022

Seniors Rights Victoria data FY 2021-22

Seniors Rights Victoria has been analysing our helpline call, client and case data for the financial year 2021-2022 and comparing it to data for the previous year. Helpline Data  The…
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04/08/2022

Inquiry calls for increased support for Victoria's multicultural seniors

A parliamentary enquiry into support for older Victorians has a number of key recommendations to tackle elder abuse for older Victorians from migrant and refugee backgrounds. The Legislative Assembly Legal…
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03/08/2022

New guide: Supporting Women’s Financial Safety

A new resource is now available for financial service organisations: Supporting Women’s Financial Safety
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