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We support older people with free legal advice, advocacy and information.

Seniors Rights Service is a community organisation dedicated to protecting and advancing the rights of older people in New South Wales.

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Legal Services

Legal advice – free and confidential

Seniors Rights Service offers free legal advice on many legal issues to older people in NSW, as well as a comprehensive referral service.  We offer general legal advice, as well as advice on retirement villages and strata living.

Our Legal services

Aged Care Advocacy

Seniors Rights Service provides information and support to people using, or seeking to access, in-home and residential aged care services. Our aged care advocates are located across NSW to provide support for recipients of all Commonwealth funded aged care services.

Advocacy services

Information

We provide targeted rights-based information online and in print to a diverse range of older people regardless of cultural background or sexual orientation. Our advocates, solicitors and education staff travel across NSW to hold information sessions.

Information services

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Latest news

19/02/2024 in News

Meet with our aged care advocates in the Illawarra Shoalhaven district

Our team will be holding Aged  Care information sessions across the Illawarra Shoalhaven district in March. Join our Aged Care advocates to learn about our services and have your questions…
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10/02/2024 in Media release, News

Research: Factors, dynamics and effects of isolation for older people

Seniors Rights Service has commissioned the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) to undertake exploratory, qualitative research with the aim to support a focused examination of the factors, dynamics and…
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05/02/2024 in News

Meet our team in the Orana Far West region

Our team will be holding Aged Care information sessions in the Orana Far West region of New South Wales in early March. Join our Aged Care advocates, members of our…
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