Ensure you are part of making change ... View draft program!

Seniors Rights Service is delighted to host the 5th National Elder Abuse Conference. The 2018 Conference comes at a pivotal moment in terms of Australia’s response to elder abuse. In mid-2017 the Australian Law Reform Commission reported on its findings from one of Australia’s largest public inquiries into elder abuse. Also, in recent years there have been a number of high profile elder abuse cases that have received national media attention, as well as reports of systemic neglect of older people, highlighting the urgent necessity of addressing the issue. 

Those working on the frontline providing elder abuse prevention and support programs know these familiar stories all too well. However the conversation is broadening – increasingly more stakeholders across multiple sectors are focussing on minimising the risk and stopping elder abuse within our society.


We look forward to bringing over 500 people together to exchange ideas, solutions and experiences at the 2018 Conference where delegates will work together making change.


Draft program released!

The Conference Program Committee is delighted with the high quality and quantity of abstracts received from applicants keen to present their projects, ideas and experiences at the Conference.

Together with an outstanding line up of keynote and plenary speakers the Conference will offer delegates a program that will be diverse, interactive, dynamic and stimulating.

Click here to view the draft program NOW.

With a range of topics covering legal, health, social and policy, as well as presentations focussing on priority populations including disadvantaged and vulnerable older people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex people, the Program reflects the diversity of Australia's older people.
  
SAVE - Take advantage of the early bird rates and Register NOW!

Join over 500 academics & researchers, community members, policy makers & government representatives, public servants, those with lived experience, service providers & media, who will all come together at the Conference for a vibrant and robust exchange of ideas, responses and solutions to address elder abuse.

Early bird registration rates are available until 19 November 2017:

Delegate Registration:

 early bird rate: $725 register before 19 November 2017
  (standard rate: $845 register after 19 November 2017)

Senior & Student Registration:
 early bird registration rate: $485 register before 19 November 2017
  (standard registration rate: $550  register after 19 November 2017)

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 Networking Event being held from 6pm to 8pm on Monday 19 February 2018.

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

Interested in becoming a Conference Partner? This is 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:


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