Elder Abuse WA
Offers a short informative video and live chat option on elder abuse for West Australians with information about the available help and how to respond to elder abuse.
My Aged Care Case Study: Tess's story
A real story in video form of the support and service providers available to elderly people through 'My Aged Care'. Describes the work of the organisation to assist older people who wish to remain at home and still receive care.
My Aged Care Case Study: Myra's story
A real story in video form of the support and services available to elderly people through 'My Aged Care'. Describes the work of the service provider to assist older people in accessing suitable and personalised residential care.
My Aged Care Case Study: Mrs Dou's story
A real story video of the support and services available to elderly people through 'My Aged Care'. Describes the work of the organisation to assist older people receiving home care services and assistance that are catered to their individual culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background.
Real Stories: Peter
This video follows the real story of Peter who is gay man (LGBTI+) and has concerns regarding privacy in the aged care facility where he is living. It outlines the support he received from ADA Australia in communicating his needs to the facility.
ADA Australia YouTube Channel
ADA Australia's comprehensive videos detail the experiences of elderly Australians from a variety of backgrounds such as multicultural people (CALD), LGBTI+ people, disabled and Aboriginal and Torres Strait people. They highlight common struggles and resolutions in regards to receiving aged care.
Older People, Equity, Respect and Ageing
The OPERA videos aim to prevent elder abuse and to bring awareness to the real stories of empowered, resilient, active older people in the Eastern metropolitan of Melbourne.
Fostering Community Education
In this video Doris Gioffre talks about the Living a Positive Life Toolkit developed by the Aged Rights Advocacy Service (ARAS) which aims to help start the conversation about understanding and types elder abuse. The kit promotes four key positive strategies to combat elder abuse.
Elder Abuse in Diverse Communities
In this video Mary Patetsos talks about how older Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds may have a cultural expectation to be looked after, which can lead them to not creating a 'scaffolding' around themselves to prevent being at risk of elder abuse.
Ageism and Powers of Attorney
In this video, Commissioner Kay Patterson AO explains causes of elder abuse including, ageism, age discrimination, inheritance impatience, family breakdown and lack of understanding of Powers of Attorney.