Free training modules from Advanced Care Planning Australia

Advance Care Planning Australia LearningTM supports health practitioners, care workers, students, individuals and substitute decision-makers to learn about advance care planning.
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Staff Profile: Education Administrator, Gemma

What do you do at SRV? I work part-time in the roles of Education Administrator and WEAAD Administrator. I support our Education Coordinator, Gary Ferguson, with scheduling upcoming community and…
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Preventing intimate partner violence against older women

Our Watch and Senior Rights Victoria have produced a new resource for practitioners seeking to build their knowledge and practice on preventing violence against older women
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Seniors Rights Victoria flagship WEAAD event

For for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) 2022, on Wednesday the 15th of June, Seniors Rights Victoria invites you to join us for our flagship event, Stir a Cuppa…
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SRV Service data April 2022

SRV has reviewed data about the types of enquiries SRV receives and how these translate into services. You can read about the April data here.
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Staff Profile: SRV Advocate, Jacinta

Learn more about one of Senior Rights Victoria's important advocates, Jacinta.
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International Access to Justice Online Forum 2022 – Recordings available

Recordings are now available online for the International Access to Justice Online Forum 2022, hosted by Victoria Law Foundation (VLF) and UCI Law Civil Justice Research Initiative.
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NEAC 2022 abstracts

Here you can read the abstracts for the presentations that SRV staff made at NEAC 2022
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Seniors Rights Victoria at the 7th National Elder Abuse Conference (NEAC)

Seven of SRV's staff attended the National Elder Abuse Conference (NEAC), in Hobart, in February 2022.
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NARI Report: What Do Older People Want From Their Healthcare?

The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) has released a report What Do Older People Want from Their Healthcare?
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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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