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EAAA Membership

EAAA invites anyone who wishes to join us on our mission to do so as a valued member.
EAAA Membership
EAAA invites anyone who wishes to join us on our mission to do so as a valued member.

Why Join

Memberships Matter to EAAA

Membership is an important feature of EAAA, as it builds and unites a community of individuals and organisations who have recognised the damaging role of elder abuse across the nation.
Without a broad-based and substantial membership base, EAAA’s ability to speak ‘on behalf’ of the sector is diluted. In addition, our capacity to lobby government for change is affected and opportunities to secure ongoing funding are reduced.

Lend Your Voice 

EAAA membership is designed for individuals with a personal connection to elder abuse, those employed in the sector and organisations who work with people impacted by elder abuse.
EAAA membership is a great choice for those who support human rights for older people, recognise the imperative to address ageism, equity and access to services, and believe in the capacity of older people to live independently and make their own decisions.

Features of an EAAA Membership

  • Access to member portal and knowledge hub (includes content only available to members)
  • Policy updates and information 
  • Newsletters and regular updates 
  • Participation in working groups 
  • Invitations to present at Lunch & Learn webinars 
  • Lend My Voice badge for email footer or website 
  • Discounts for EAAA ticketed events 
  • Invitations to EAAA member-only events and webinars as they develop
  • Invitations to communities of practice as they develop 

Benefits of Membership 

Lend your voice
  • Regular engagement with like-minded people
  • Share the latest information, research and programs with your network from EAAA
  • Advocate for the rights of older people
Be the change
  • Advocate for issues important to you or your organisation for the next national plan
  • Campaign for harmonisation of legislation and a national reform agenda
  • Participate in EAAA working groups and forums for policy and program change
It takes a community 
  • Connect with other members at events—virtual and in person
  • Share your organisation’s innovations, resources and insight with other members through EAAA member events and communications
  • Participate in EAAA member-only communities of practice
EAAA will keep you up to date 
  • Hear about key issues relating to elder abuse
  • Receive updates on actions being taken to eliminate elder abuse
  • Obtain information on national/international best practice
  • Be notified of media stories and responses, fact sheets and information you can share with your networks

EAAA Organisational Members

EAAA thank the following organisations for lending their voices to end elder abuse through our membership program:

AAG logoACCPA Aged & Community Care Providers AssociationAdvocare Empowering older people in WAAged Care JusticeANZARAS Aged Rights Advocacy ServiceCatholic Care NTcaxton logoCOTA TAS logoDarwin Community Legal ServiceECLC LogoEldre abuse prevention unit logoEMAN Elder Mediation Australasian NetworkJustice connect logoLGBTIQ+ Health AustraliaNorthern Suburbs Community Legal CentreOWN logoRespecting Seniors Network Frankston & Mornington PeninsulaSeniors Rights ServiceSeniors Rights Victoria A COTA Victoria ProgramVaccho


Become an EAAA member today. 

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