Free Webinar: Can You Spot A Scam?
Australians aged 55 and over lost over $50 million to online scammers in 2019*. It serves as a reminder that the internet is a wonderful place to explore and connect with others, but it pays to be savvy.
*Source: Scamwatch, 2020.
Join our 1-hour webinar to learn
- Common scams including the latest Tax and Medicare scams
- Tips on how to spot them
- What to do and what not to do
- Where to go for help
- 18 August 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Vulnerable seniors peak body to continue
Vulnerable seniors peak body to continue
- McGowan Government renews funding for Council on the Ageing WA to continue operating the Vulnerable Seniors Peak Body
- Focus on raising awareness of elder abuse, particularly amongst Aboriginal people, people with disability, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
- $210,000 funding the latest in a package of initiatives strengthening the State Government's response to elder abuse
LGBTIQA+ Elders Health & Wellbeing Day (Adelaide)
Join us on Thursday 2nd September 2021 at U City Function Centre and participate in a day of connection, nourishment, learning and practice for LGBTIQA+ elders in Adelaide.
Experience and explore ways to enhance your health and wellbeing by participating in workshops, panel discussions and mindful practices with health and wellbeing service providers and local practitioners.
Detailed information about what's on offer will be available closer to the day. Please make sure you enter your correct email address upon registration to receive the latest updates.
This new refuge in Melbourne is providing much-needed support to older homeless women
Providing women aged over 50 a safe haven and access to services helping them rebuild their lives, The Gardenhouse is believed to be the first facility of its kind in Australia.
Aged care residents will have increased access to their doctor through GP incentive
Older Australians in residential aged care will have better access to General Practitioners (GPs) thanks to a recent investment of $42.8 million to improve their face-to-face contact with health professionals.
Campaign urges Queenslanders to unite against elder abuse
Minister for Seniors and Disability Services and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships
The Honourable Craig Crawford
Queenslanders are being urged to stand and act together to address elder abuse as part of a new statewide campaign launched ahead of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day tomorrow.
From $1000 of Uber Eats to $250,000 for land, police move on elder abuse
With her health and mobility in decline, Gladys sold her home and moved into a granny flat behind her son’s house, where he and the grandchildren were a few steps away.
After a fall, Gladys moved to a nursing home to recover and left her debit card, PIN and access to bank statements with her son to pay her bills.
Alice Springs Seniors Expo 2021
Alice Springs Seniors Expo 2021 will be held during Seniors Month in August and will have a focus on health and well-being, trying something new and celebrates the positive aspects of ageing and the contribution that Territory Seniors make to their community.
NT Grandparents Day
The first ever Grandparents Day for the Northern Territory is on the last Sunday of October.
Territorians everywhere will be encouraged to hold their own celebration of their grandparents, grand-friends, kin, and those who take on the role of a grandparent in their family or community.
The ntgrandparentsday.org.au website launching soon will include everything you need to know.
Brisbane Aged Care Conference
In today’s contentious aged care environment, it has never been more necessary to have quick access to education that raises the bar for registered nurses in aged care.
The Brisbane Aged Care Conference covers how to prevent unnecessary transfer to hospital, when to listen and when to speak when dealing with complaints, care considerations for an older person with dementia, the latest on safe sedative use and the role of dementia care mapping.