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11/10/2022

Martin's Story

Martin needed support in removing his wife as EPOA, after she ignored his will and preference.
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07/07/2022

Linda's story

Facts Grandparents often have a special bond with their grandchildren, and this can sometimes be overlooked in parenting disputes.  Linda was very close to her eight-year-old twin granddaughters. Her daughter,…
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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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26/07/2021

Lucy and Peter's Story

Lucy and Peter's adult daughter moved back home with her adult children. The set up was not going well, so they called SRV, who were able to help resolve it.
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14/03/2021

Elsie's story

Elsie decided to move in with her daughter, Lana, and her son-in-law, Jason, at their invitation, after her husband died...
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22/02/2021

Shauna's story

Shauna is 75. Recently her only son, Patrick, moved back home with her after her husband died. Her son has substance abuse issues...
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22/02/2021

Vic's story

Vic lives independently in his own home with some home care assistance provided weekly. He’s active with a local walking group and enjoys...
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22/02/2021

John's story

John is an 83yo man, who migrated to Australia in 1965. John has a diagnosis of depression, which is being treated with medications...
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22/02/2021

Beatrice's story

Beatrice is 70 years old. She has been married for 49 years and has three grown children. She is receiving temporary home after-care...
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22/02/2021

George's story

A year ago, George, who is 82 years old and lives alone in the family home, agreed that his son, Petro, could live with him...
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