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FREE ELDER ABUSE PREVENTION AND RESPONSE TRAINING with The Bouverie Centre

This free elder abuse prevention training is brought to you by The Bouverie Centre in conjunction with The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Monash Health, Peninsula Health, Western Health, LCHS and funded by the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing, as part of the integrated model of care (IMOC) for responding to suspected elder abuse.

This training is for hospital and community services staff in direct contact with older people e.g., allied health and medical staff, nurses, workers supporting carers/families, in-home care workers, housing workers, mental health & AOD staff as well as staff working in family violence services. (Open to Victorian Residents Only)

Read more about each session here.

The sessions are all live Stream via zoom – theory and practical components. Mic and Web cam essential. Click on the link in the table below to register.

SessionDateStartsEnds
Involving Supportive Family In a Person-Centred Response To Elder Abuse23 Feb 202213:0016:00
Responding to Elder Abuse Where Decision-Making Capacity Is An Issue28 Feb 202213:0016:00
Level 1 Training: Recognising and responding to suspected elder abuse8 Mar 202213:0016:00
Involving Supportive Family In a Person-Centred Response To Elder Abuse17 Mar 20229:3012:30
Engaging Effectively & Safely with People Using Violence Against Older People31 Mar 20229:3012:30
Responding to Elder Abuse Where Decision-Making Capacity Is An Issue5 Apr 202213:0016:00
Level 1 Training: Recognising and responding to suspected elder abuse27 Apr 202210:0013:00
Inclusivity and Trauma Informed Practice In Elder Abuse4 May 20229:3012:30
Responding to Elder Abuse Where Decision-Making Capacity Is An Issue26 May 20229:3012:30
Engaging Effectively & Safely with People Using Violence Against Older People31 May 20229:3012:30
Inclusivity and Trauma Informed Practice In Elder Abuse1 Jun 20229:3012:30
Involving Supportive Family In a Person-Centred Response To Elder Abuse6 Jun 20229:3012:30

For further information visit The Bouverie Centre website

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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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