Over 50? So What! – Season Ten, Episode Seven

The Aged Care Landscape with Elder Rights Advocacy – E-Bikes and E-Trikes to keep you active.

Navigating the aged care landscape and dealing with elder abuse – Elder Rights Advocacy. It can be quite daunting to work out what aged care services are available for yourself or others – Elder Rights Advocacy can help people to navigate the plethora of services in the aged care landscape.

We also discuss Elder Abuse. Elder Rights Advocacy supports older people, their families and representatives in Victoria address issues related to Commonwealth funded aged care services. The service is free, independent and confidential. Their job is to listen and support you and your family to identify and advocate for solutions that best respond to your circumstances. Sometimes this involves us advocating strongly to an aged care service and challenging them to provide better care.

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