Got Something To Say About Elder Abuse?

Are you working on a project, or do you have an idea or experience to share concerning elder abuse?

If so, we encourage you to submit an abstract to be considered as a presenter in the 5th National Elder Abuse Conference program.

We are planning a program that will be interactive, dynamic and stimulating. In particular, we are looking for innovative projects, emerging research data and personal stories from those working in the front line or those directly impacted by elder abuse.

The Conference will have four concurrent themes that will explore the complexities of elder abuse:
  • Legal
  • Health
  • Social and 
  • Policy
Additionally, to ensure the Conference reflects the diversity of Australia’s older people, within and across the abstract themes are ‘threads’ that relate to priority populations including:
  • Disadvantaged and vulnerable older people
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse people
  • Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex people.
Don't Miss Out!
The closing date for submission of your abstract is 1 September 2017.

Read more about the submission process by clicking here.

We also encourage you to reach out to people you know, who you believe will make a valuable contribution to the Conference program and ask them to consider submitting an abstract before the closing date too.

Featured Speakers
Amongst our confirmed list of plenary speakers at the Conference, you will hear keynote addresses from:


Dr Elsie Yan
Associate Professor, Hong
Kong Polytechnic University

Hon Kay Patterson AO
Age Discrimination
Commissioner, Human
Rights Commission
Anna Bligh AC
CEO, Australian Bankers
Association

View more information about our outstanding line up of plenary speakers on the Conference Website.

Registration now open
Be part of a vibrant and robust exchange of ideas as academics and researchers, policy makers and government agencies, those with lived experience, public servants, service providers, and community workers who have contact with older people all come together at this Conference to explore solutions and responses to elder abuse.

Register now to join us for the Conference.

Your registration will include:

  • Attendance at all sessions (for the day/s you have registered).
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.
  • Conference briefing pack.            

For further information about ticket types, prices and to register, please visit the Conference website.

Conference Social Event
Relax and continue networking with your Conference peers at the Conference Social Event being held from 6pm to 8pm on Monday 19 February.

With stunning views of the Sydney Harbour and Sydney Harbour Bridge, enjoy an evening at Water @ Pier One, Walsh Bay, Sydney.

Tickets for the social event may be purchased during the registration process.


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Partnership Opportunities
Would you like to showcase your services and initiatives to an influential audience?

Becoming a Conference Partner will provide you with a unique opportunity to demonstrate your organisation’s support for this important social issue.


We have a range of attractive Partnership opportunities that can be tailored to meet your specific marketing objectives.


Please contact our Conference Secretariat on telephone: 02 9419 4889 or email: info@togethermakingchange.org.au to discuss this opportunity in greater detail.


We look forward to seeing you at the 5th National Elder Abuse Conference.


National Planning Committee



We would like to thank our Conference Partners
for their generous support of the 5th National Elder Abuse Conference:


Diamond Partner:

Silver Partner:

Bronze Partners:

             
                      





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