Services including advice and referrals about issues affecting older people. COTA cover all aspects of growing older, in the ACT.
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Works to promote, improve and protect the wellbeing of older Australians as citizens and consumers.
Important information and advice to older people to ensure that ageing is a time of possibility, opportunity and influence.
Promotes, improves and protects the circumstances and wellbeing of older people in the Northern Territory.
COTA QLD is the seniors peak body advocating the rights, interests and futures of Queenslanders as they age.
COTA SA provide a platform to ensure that older South Australians are part of decision-making by government and industry on everything from income and employment to housing and health.
Raises awareness of elder abuse and provides information to people working with older Tasmanians about prevention, responses and referral pathways.
Information and advocacy on issues affecting older Victorians.
The Council on the Ageing of Western Australia advocates for the rights, interests and futures of Australians as they age.
The CWA advances the rights of women living in regional and remote areas and has advocated for the implementation of measures to reduce elder abuse.
The aim of this program is to equip Aboriginal men to become leaders, role models and mentors within their communities.
Operates an information line, education and referrals for anyone at risk of or experiencing elder abuse or who is worried about someone who is at risk of or experiencing abuse.
Advocates and provides support to people living with all types of dementia, along with their families and carers.
Helping with social welfare payments including age pension, pensioner concession cards and can assist in making informed decisions about financial needs.
DWECHS has a Psychologist, GP, practice nurse and Aboriginal Health Workers providing mental health services.