COTA Victoria offers in-depth guides and resources on a range of topics.
This free, practical guide tells you, clearly and simply, what you need to do after the death of a partner. The guide includes a simple checklist as well as detailed instructions and contact details for organisations that can help. It covers topics including:
- funerals, burials and cremation
- settling the estate
- accessing and closing accounts
- providing notification of the death
- looking after yourself.
The guide this guide was initiated and developed by two skilled volunteers who had witnessed first-hand the complexities facing families after the death of a family member.
Download Death of a Partner: a practical guide for partners and families or request a printed copy at email@example.com or by phone on 1300 13 50 90.
Safeguarding the End of the Rainbow: A guide to help LGBTI people in Victoria plan an end-of-life of their choice
This free, tailored guide for older LGBTI community members looks at how to plan for your:
- future care and medical needs
- finances and estate
- funeral and burial wishes.
The guide was produced by COTA Victoria together with Transgender Victoria.
Download Safeguarding the End of the Rainbow: A guide to help LGBTI people in Victoria plan an end-of-life of their choice or request a printed copy by:
- phoning COTA Victoria on 1300 13 50 90
- contacting Transgender Victoria at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0407 946 242.
Age-friendly Cities and Communities Information Kit for Local Government Councillors and Senior Management was developed by COTA Vic and the Municipal Association of Victoria with RACV Community Grant funds.
Download Age Friendly Cities and Communities Information Kit or request a printed copy at email@example.com or by phone on 1300 13 50 90
Developed by the World Health Organisation, this guide shows individuals and groups how to make their cities more age friendly.
A positive approach to death and dying, this guide promotes conversation about dying which taps into the collective wisdom of older people, helping to build supportive communities.
This new edition of the book by Delys Sergeant and Anne Unkenstein is expanded & updated.