NSW Trustee and Guardian acts as an independent and impartial Executor, Administrator, Attorney and Trustee for the people of NSW.
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Working with older South Australians to age well, safeguard rights, respect values, combat ageism and promote meaningful connections and contributions.
Main focus is on the rights and needs of mentally incapacitated persons.
Safeguards the rights and interests of people with a disability. Provides information and assistance regarding Enduring Power of Attorney and Guardianship matters.
Protects and promotes the human rights of Western Australian adults with decision-making disabilities.
Provides guardianship information, advocacy, education, research, investigation and support to the Northern Territory community on behalf of adults with impaired decision-making capacity.
Promotes and protects the human rights of adults with impaired decision-making capacity, including investigating and acting on allegations of abuse, neglect or exploitation.
Promotes and protects the rights and interests of adults with disabilities in Tasmania, acting as guardian of last resort when so appointed.
Specialist legal advice and support for older Tasmanian’s who may be at risk of abuse.
Provides resources and a National Elders Abuse Hotline that assists elders with legal issues involving elder abuse, enduring powers of attorney, guardianship and financial arrangements with family members.
Older Persons Advocacy Network seeks to ensure that aged care consumers understand, exercise their rights and participate in the decisions affecting their care.
Part of Victoria’s trial integrated model of care for responding to suspected elder abuse. They have an elder abuse prevention and response liaison officer, that will help empower elder people to make decisions around their own life choices.
Outlines the roles and responsibilities of the Public Advocate of the Australian Human Rights Commission, in protecting and promoting the rights and interests of people who are experiencing vulnerability.
The Public Guardian promotes the rights and interests of people with disabilities in New South Wales through the practice of guardianship, adovacy and education.
Offers permanent and secure Trustee, Guardianship and Administration services to the Australian Captial Territory community.