What is available and links


Your Human Rights - A Guide for Older People

This guide provides practical information about human rights, and their relevance to older people. It is written directly for older people. The guide will also be useful for people working with older people or those wanting to learn more about the impact of human rights on older people.

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Action on elder abuse - Action Points - sample issue.

This edition reflects the range of activities taking place within the sphere of safeguarding adults. While the No Secrets Review may have dominated the last twelve months it is only the backdrop to the work that is being undertaken around the UK, and the continuing issues of abuse.

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The International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse - core message

The key objective of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) is to raise awareness of elder abuse (which encompasses neglect and mal- or mistreatment) throughout the world.

Quality Matters

UK based: Quality Matters - Providing quality services, because it matters...

Providing good quality care services needs commitment to and understanding of the needs of those you care for. Professional quality training will enable all your staff to understand the needs of those they care for and give them the skills they need to provide quality care consistently.

Amanda Waring

Amanda Waring - Providing information and training.

Amanda Waring’s campaign for the elderly: Amanda Waring has been a passionate campaigner for older people’s rights for the past five years. Her award winning powerfully emotional film WHAT DO YOU SEE? has been used in dignity trainings around the world. Amanda has several DVD's for sale. I have met this incredible lady - and she is a most definitely a force for good. Visit her site, watch snippets from her films. This film should be a prerequisite for all trainers, and ANYONE who has an elderly parent.

Many elder abuse perpetrators are family members dependent on the victim.