The National Elder Abuse Conference (NEAC) is the only annual conference specifically addressing elder abuse in Australia. The 7th NEAC, Walk the Talk: Stepping Up Together, will be hosted by Elder Abuse Action Australia and COTA Tasmania in Hobart on 14-15 February 2022.
The purpose of 7th National Elder Abuse Conference is to bring together individuals and organisations across all sectors who connect with older people to discuss, debate and learn about:
The Walk the Talk Conference is uniquely placed to examine the confluence of factors that allow us to:
We’ll keep you updated with all the information you’ll need to book your place at Walk the Talk.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Individuals and organisations who would like to make a presentation at the conference can submit abstracts for review until 7 May 2021. You can find out more on the NEAC website to submit your abstract.
Conferences just don’t happen. They require people with dedication, deep knowledge, and a desire to engage peers and challenge ideas.
EAAA and COTA Tasmania are very fortunate to have such contributors to the development of Walk the Talk, and we’d like to thank and acknowledge them for bringing their expertise to the planning of this important event.would like to acknowledge and thank the dedicated members of the Conference Organising and Program Committees.
Sue Leitch, Dr Lyn McGaurr, Russell Westacott, Bev Lange, Katy Roy
Sue Leitch, Dr Lyn McGaurr, Russell Westacott, Dr Peta Cook, Professor Briony Dow, Sue McGrath, Dr Rae Kaspiew, Mary Patetsos, Bev Lange
Compass is a national website navigating elder abuse in Australia. Compass aims to create a national focus on elder abuse by raising awareness of this growing social issue, and simplify the process of connecting people to services and information tackling elder abuse.
Compass has been created by Elder Abuse Action Australia (EAAA), with funding from the Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department.
Guiding Action on Elder Abuse