Factsheet on Protecting Yourself from Financial Abuse
This factsheet describes what financial abuse is, signs of financial abuse and the necessary helplines and prevention steps to take in the event of financial abuse.
ABA Elder Abuse Campaign
This Australian Banking Association tool outlines the ability of a Power of Attorney to steal from vulnerable adults to help the community understand types of elder abuse. It also provides a petition to stop elder financial abuse by calling on the Government to establish nationally consistent laws to the Power of Attorney register.
Family Services Queensland
Collates the services available for Queenslanders at risk of or experiencing elder abuse, to help understand the types of elder abuse.
Elder Abuse in the WA
This report provided collated statistics, resources and helplines dedicated to Western Australians suffering or at risk of elder abuse.
10 Questions to Ask About LGBTI+ Needs in Aged Care
This brochure outlines questions unique to LGBTI+ elders that can be asked when entering a residential aged care home in order to ensure that they are effectively supported and included.
Elder Abuse in the ACT
Whilst outlining the types and signs of elder abuse, this article on the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Government website describes the support available and efforts to prevent elder abuse and respond that are available and unique to the ACT.
Working with Older People at Risk of Abuse
Aimed at carers, service providers, professionals who provide care to older people, this informative report outlines what can be done to assist older people and the means of reporting abuse in the Australian Capital Territory.
Elder Abuse in the NT Factsheet
A factsheet with definitions on types of elder abuse, risks, reasons older people are reluctant to act and preventative measures. Useful Northern Territory contacts are also provided.
Cases of Elder Abuse, Who Can Help?
A directory tool providing legal and social services that can further assist elders understand types of elder abuse, in Queensland.
Reporting Abuse to the Office of the Public Guardian
Outlines when to report to the Queensland Public Guardian, the process of reporting, who can report and provides advice as to the way to report and necessary information.