Advocates and provides support to people living with all types of dementia, along with their families and carers.
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Helping with social welfare payments including age pension, pensioner concession cards and can assist in making informed decisions about financial needs.
An independent, not-for-profit, advocacy organisation helping people with disabilities, older people and their carers.
Working to build the capability of professionals, organisations and systems to prevent and respond to violence against women.
Committed to reform that achieves equality and social justice within the legal system for communities and people experiencing disadvantage across Melbourne’s east coast.
An elder abuse helpline that provides information, support and referrals for anyone worried that someone they know is at risk of or experiencing elder abuse.
Dedicated help for older people on the Central Coast of New South Wales to understand abuse and how to protect themselves legally.
Free, confidential and independent aged care advocacy and information for older people living in Victoria, their families and representatives. Service includes a specialist advocate for elder abuse prevention and response.
Eldercare is one of the most experienced aged care providers in South Australia. They are proud to be a Rainbow Tick accredited organisation to support LGBTI+ inclusiveness.
Call Emergency Services on 000 if an older person is in immediate danger. Otherwise, call 131 444 for police assistance.
The Energy & Water Ombudsman of New South Wales (EWON) provides a free and independent dispute resolution service for all electricity and gas consumers in New South Wales.
The peak policy advocacy body for ethnic and multicultural organisations in Victoria. ECCV also delivers capacity building projects to vulnerable Victorians from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD).
Advocacy campaign aimed at tackling ageism, discrimination and stereotyping against older Australians across the country.
Representing companies in the financial services sector. Helps to facilitate discussions among the industry to address elder abuse.
The agency is a free, confidential service for women who have experienced sexual violence at any time in their lives.