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Protecting our most vulnerable
Elder abuse can include neglect and mistreatment as well as financial exploitation. Financial abuse is the most common form of abuse. In most of these cases, a person who was in a position of trust either misused money, property or assets for their own benefit.
Protect yourself from financial vulnerability
Don’t risk it, prepare your Enduring Power of Attorney for financial matters today.
There is no excuse for elder abuse
Elder abuse can have a terrible impact on the wellbeing of an older person.
The warning signs of financial elder abuse
Everybody has a right to feel safe, and it may be difficult for victims of elder abuse to talk about their situation.
New powers of attorney legislation
Game-changing legislation to ensure further protection for Victoria’s most vulnerable
New study recommends will making
Recommendations to increase will making in the Australian population
Safeguarding older Australians
The inquiry will review the laws and frameworks that safeguard older Australians from abuse
Social isolation of the elderly
Chronic isolation and loneliness among older Victorians is becoming widespread