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08/12/2021

Planning for a Safer Older Age with City of Yarra

SRV's Community Education Officer, Lucy Best, was part of an event for Yarra Seniors Festival.
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04/11/2021

Training for health professionals

The Bouverie Centre delivers livestreamed training workshops on elder abuse as part of the Integrated model of care for responding to suspected elder abuse.
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04/11/2021

Family Agreements

A family agreement is an arrangement between an older person and someone else regarding care and living arrangements. Compass information explains more.
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21/10/2021

Pamela and Leo's Story

Pamela is a 71yo woman who was encouraged by her son Leo to sell her house and live with him and his wife. Pamela contacted SRV for assistance with issues…
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20/10/2021

Seniors Rights Victoria on Ticker Talks

Polaron Languages Service invited Seniors Rights Victoria to participate as guest speakers on Ticker Talk, to discuss how we supports multicultural communities.
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19/10/2021

Bill O'Shea recognised by Law Institute of Victoria

Lawyer Bill O’Shea was given honorary life membership of the Law Institute of Victoria.
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14/10/2021

Primary prevention of elder abuse

Primary prevention aims to stop abuse from occurring in the first place by changing the attitudes and social conditions that drive it
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14/10/2021

Elder abuse, mental health and wellbeing

SRV supports the Royal Commission’s recommendations to move away from a medical model and towards an increased use of therapy alternatives to address mental health.
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28/09/2021

Call out for video submissions

If you've got a smartphone you have all you need to take part in SRV's new video project. We are creating videos to help people think about what's important to…
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16/09/2021

Elder Abuse on 3CR

SRV's Melanie Joosten was featured on 3CR's Women on the Line show, talking about elder abuse and Covid 19's impact.
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If you, or someone you know is experiencing elder abuse, help is available through our confidential helpline on 1300 368 821. If it is an emergency, call 000.
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