National Elder Abuse Conference 2019

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Date:  to
Event type: 
Region:  Brisbane
Oganiser:  Caxton Legal Centre and ADA Australia
Pricing:  See here: https://neac2019.com.au/registration/

Location

Address:  Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
Suburb:  South Brisbane
State:  Queensland
Postcode:  4101

Contact

Name:  Angie Medina
Phone Number:  1300 878 815
To be held on the 22 and 23 July in Brisbane, NEAC 2019 will help safeguard the right of older Australians to live free from abuse, violence, exploitation and neglect. NEAC 2019 is an opportunity to drive real change as the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety unfolds and a National Plan on Elder Abuse is in the spotlight.  The draft program for the National Elder Abuse Conference 2019 is now available.

To be held on the 22 and 23 July in Brisbane, NEAC 2019 will help safeguard the right of older Australians to live free from abuse, violence, exploitation and neglect.

NEAC 2019 is an opportunity to drive real change as the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety unfolds and a National Plan on Elder Abuse is in the spotlight.

The draft program for the National Elder Abuse Conference 2019 is now available.

With speakers being progressively announced (click here to find out who so far), our inspiring line-up of international, national and local experts will attract more than 500 delegates from across Australia to collaborate on the issues associated with elder abuse.

The theme, Rock the Boat, means we will harness their insight, creativity and passion to challenge the status quo and drive action to end elder abuse.

NEAC 2019 will not be a ‘talkfest’, it will instead have a clear focus on developing solutions to serious issues to produce much needed change.

While the Royal Commission is shedding important light on elder abuse in aged care the complex dynamics of elder abuse occurring within the family require deep analysis.  

With your support, we are determined to progress the discussion around responses for older Australians who are experiencing abuse in a range of situations. 

To do this we must face some important questions as a community.  

What are the rights of older Australians? What rights do we want to safeguard? Do we respect that older Australians choose to take some risks?  What really works to prevent elder abuse?  

NEAC 2019 will provide the national platform to answer these questions and more.