Stay on Your Feet Falls Prevention Program
Moving your body, improving your health and removing hazards are three vital ways to prevent falls for people over 60. Funded by the WA Department of Health, Stay on Your Feet Falls Prevention Program has helpful information and resources to keep you in balance.
Mindguide Western Sydney
An important access hub for local mental health resources in Western Sydney. Mindguide offers mental health information, resources, directories and more, for professionals, individuals and carers.
Experimental Estimates of the Prevalence of Elder Abuse in Australian Aged Care Facilities
"The prevalence of elder abuse in Australian residential care is estimated to be 39.2%.” Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety
Unlawful Sexual Contact In Residential Aged Care: A Practical Guide for Aged Care Providers Supporting Victims
Dr Catherine Barrett and the Australian Association of Gerontology has released a guide to help service providers respond to reports of unlawful sexual contact.
Recovery Plan Grants To Strengthen Connectivity To Community for WA Seniors
21 local government and community service organisations in Western Australia will receive additional funding support for projects and initiatives aimed at reconnecting seniors impacted by social isolation during COVID-19.
Your Caring Future
Your Caring Way is a free program for carers wanting to pursue training, education, volunteering or employment. It aims to inspire positive change by connecting people to real opportunities.
Lesbian Volunteer Visits
A free visiting service for members where lesbian volunteers meet with isolated older lesbians for a minimum of two hours a month.
Permanent aged care residents can take temporary leave from their aged care home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read this helpful leaflet to learn more.
No More Humbug Report Released
Kimberley Community Legal Services (KCLS), in partnership with local Aboriginal research consultancy Kimberley Jiyigas, today released “No More Humbug”, the first-ever detailed study of financial elder abuse specifically in remote towns and Aboriginal communities.
No More Humbug: Reducing Aboriginal Financial Elder Abuse in the Kimberley
“No More Humbug”, the Kimberley Community Legal Services report on reducing Aboriginal financial elder abuse in the Kimberly is being presented this Thursday 10 December at 3pm. Join this online event.