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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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06/09/2021

Videos available in other languages

Thanks to a grant from the Victorian Law Foundation, our Future Planning videos are now available in Hindi, Vietnamese and Arabic.
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26/07/2021

Elder abuse and COVID-19

Seniors Rights Victoria has analysed data from our helpline and advice service to better understand how the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in Victoria affected the clients – and potential clients –…
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26/07/2021

Case Study: Lucy and Peter

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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26/07/2021

Crime Stoppers podcast featuring SRV

Crime Stoppers Victoria have released a five-part podcast series ‘Elder Abuse – Prevention and Protection’. Including interviews with staff from Seniors Rights Victoria, Victoria Police, Office of the Public Advocate…
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