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02 Dec 19

Government to set up mandatory Power of Attorney Register

The Council of Attorneys General in Adelaide have announced their plans to create a mandatory online register and set baseline minimum standards for Power of Attorney across the country. The coalition to fight elder financial abuse, backed by Bauer Media and comprised of the Australian Banking Association, the Seniors Rights Service, Elder Abuse Action Australia, […]

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26 Nov 19

Launch of COMPASS

Attorney-General Christian Porter has officially launched COMPASS, the new national knowledge hub and online resource dedicated to providing information on issues of elder abuse. As a founding member of Elder Abuse Action Australia, Seniors Rights Service is proud to fund the development of COMPASS in partnership with the Australian Government. Launched on 29th November 2019, […]

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25 Nov 19

Reconciliation Action Plan

Seniors Rights Service is proud to announce the launch of the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Through linking, listening and working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people we are proud to have developed and continue to work on our RAP. The organisation and in particular a small sub-committee of the company was guided […]

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24 Nov 19

52nd AAG Conference

The 52nd Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) was held on the 5th – 8th November 2019 in Sydney and brought together practitioners, professionals and stakeholders from all around Australia to connect with other professionals and learn about ways to improve the experience of ageing. Building on previous AAG conferences, this year’s conference theme was ‘Coming […]

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21 Nov 19

Paramatta Pals

Seniors Rights Service collaborated with Parramatta Pals to test our new website. The communications team has worked hard to develop a user friendly website and received great feedback and insight from the computer pals team. Parramatta Pals is a non-profit organisation offering a wide variety of technology classes. These classes are conducted by seniors, for […]

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27 Aug 19

‘Everyone Deserves Respect’ AASHA and SRS

Seniors Rights Service and AASHA, a retirement and wellbeing service for seniors, partnered together to host ‘Everyone Deserves Respect’, a forum on ageing and rights. On Saturday, August 24 over 120 members of the Australian Indian community attended Wentworthville Community Centre to listen to guest speakers, our panel and enjoy entertainment. Guests were able to […]

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