An Enduring Power of Attorney (EPOA) gives someone else the legal power to make health and financial decisions on your behalf. Misusing an EPOA against an older person is a form of elder abuse... Read more
Coercive control is a form of abuse in which the abuser exerts power and control over the victim.
Older people are especially vulnerable to coercive control as a form of elder abuse.
In this blog... Read more
All kinds of domestic and family violence can have damaging and long-lasting impacts on survivors.
This includes physical, sexual, financial, psychological, and emotional abuse, as well as... Read more
Coercive control is a dangerous form of domestic abuse that is used to manipulate, intimidate, and scare survivors.
This type of abuse has been criminalised in some Australian states and is set to... Read more
Emotional abuse can have serious ongoing impacts on survivors. It can cause low self-esteem, isolation, and even mental health conditions such as anxiety or PTSD.
But with time and the right support... Read more