Victoria’s budget was handed down in early May. There are some wins for older Victorians – but also major gaps. Our Policy and Advocacy team has the rundown on the measures across health, transport, housing, aged care, cost of living, elder abuse, and digital and social inclusion.
For Stephen, a financial advisor studying law, volunteering with Seniors Rights Victoria provided valuable insight into the effects of elder abuse and an opportunity to contribute his financial knowledge and skills.
Older Victorians must have access to a broad range of integrated services and supports to enable them to: Maintain their health and wellbeing as they age; Remain living in their own homes for as long as possible; Maintain their wellbeing and connection to their community if and when they enter...
Are you thinking about swapping your assets or property in exchange for housing and care as you age? If so, making a formal family agreement can make everyone’s expectations clear and protect you if something goes wrong.
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