[SA] Adelaide 17-18 June 2013 Building a National Approach to Prevent Abuse of Older Australians Conference

ARAS National Conference 2013 Registration

The Aged Rights Advocacy Service (ARAS) is holding the second national elder abuse conference Building a National Approach to Prevent Abuse of Older Australians, to observe World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, on Monday 17th & Tuesday 18th June, in Adelaide – South Australia.

Please find above the Registration Brochure PDF which includes an overview of the program, a description of the Concurrent Sessions from which to choose, and information about the registration process.

Lastly the Registration Form which you can post, fax or email to ARAS.

Further information about the program, speakers and panelists will be available in the Conference Handbook on our website www.sa.agedrights.asn.au soon.

We look forward to seeing you in Adelaide in June!

Kind Regards,

Marilyn Crabtree

CEO

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16 Hutt St

Adelaide 5000

Postal Address:

PO Box 7234

Hutt St, SA 5000

t 08 8232 5377      f 08 8232 1794

www.sa.agedrights.asn.au

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  2. Abuse of Aboriginal Elders comes in many forms, eg we cannot access our superannuation until we are dead and can’t benefit from our labours. I am one of eight with four siblings dead under 45.

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