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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Conference

Friday 16 June 2017
Stamford Grand Adelaide, Moseley Square, Glenelg

To register for the WEAAD Conference on the 16th June 2017, please go to:

Programme Guide for WEAAD Conference 2017


World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Community Activity Starter Kit

The 2017 Kit and supporting files are available for download below:

WEAAD 2017

WEAAD 3 to page flyers

WEAAD A4 cover

WEAAD A4 Poster

WEAAD Certificate of Recognition

WEAAD Other Resources

WEAAD Community Activity Booklet

  • Elder Abuse can be Stopped

    Office for the Ageing, SA Health has launched a media campaign to safeguard the rights of older people and increase awareness of Elder Abuse by helping the South Australian community to:

    * Recognise the signs of Elder Abuse        

    * Know where to go for support and information.

    Elder Abuse is an act that causes deliberate or unintended harm to an older person, from a person they know and trust. Around one in 20 older Australians experiences some form of abuse from someone they trust, who is often a member of their own family. This abuse can be financial, emotional, physical and even sexual. Over the past five years, Elder Abuse has most commonly included financial and emotional abuse and in 80 per cent of cases the abuse was carried out by a family member.

    Recognise the signs and help put an end to Elder Abuse - click here or visit for more information. Take action if you suspect abuse is occurring or you want to check in with your own experiences. Call the SA Elder Abuse Prevention Phone Line on 1800 372 310.

    The campaign is a key action from the Strategy to Safeguard the Rights of Older South Australians, Action Plan 2015-2021.

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