elder abuse prevention network (EAPN)

The EAPN (North Metro) is part of the Integrated Model of Care for Responding to Suspected Elder Abuse, which is being trialled at five Victorian health services.

Merri Health has recently been appointed as the lead agency of Elder Abuse Prevention Network in the North Metro region.

Network members will work together to undertake awareness raising activities and develop/revise policies and interagency protocols in the catchment area of Melbourne Health and North West Aged Care Assessment Service.


contacts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elder abuse prevention Network Contacts:

Dolly Huang, Project Worker, Merri Health (Main Contact)

03 9304 9211 | 0427 340 083 | dolly.huang@merrihealth.org.au

Lence Markovska, Project Manager, Merri Health

03 9304 9230 | 0426 778 013 | lence.markovska@merrihealth.org.au

 

Liaison Officer / Secondary consultations and Support: 

Helen Rushford, Melbourne Health/North West ACAS

03 8387 2129 | 0400 544 530 | helen.rushford@mh.org.au


Meetings & Events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14 June 2018 - Launch - North metro Elder Abuse Prevention Network

Parliamentary Secretary for Human Services, Sharon Knight MP will launch the network, followed by an address from Gerard Mansour, Commissioner for Senior Victorians and Ambassador for Elder Abuse Prevention.

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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) Celebration

June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD), the United Nations designated day to voice our opposition to the abuse inflicted on older people, most commonly by their families.

North Metro Elder Abuse Prevention Network (NMEAPN) would like to support you to host a morning tea with your fellow seniors to raise awareness of elder abuse:

Elder Abuse Prevention Morning Tea Flyer


resources & training

Training opportunities available related to elder abuse awareness and prevention:

1.      Bouverie Centre: Level 1 & Level 2

The training is only running until the end of June and please register ASAP via https://www.bouverie.org.au/training/specialist_program/elder_abuse

Note: If any training sessions are fully booked, Bouverie will be keeping record of the numbers still wanting to undertake training and can put their name on the waiting list.  

 2.      Online Elder Abuse Prevention Training

The course, targeted at anyone working with older people, takes 1.5 to 2 hours to complete and is free of charge.  

https://elderabuseprevention.e3learning.com.au/