Charity’s website has information on abuse

Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A new website giving information about all the latest news, research and information relevant to the protection of older people, has been launched by Action on Elder Abuse (AEA). The website – – also contains up-to-date information about the charity’s events, activities and publications. Sections on the new website include: – Questions and answers about elder abuse – eg who abuses, where does it happen. – Resources – a list of useful books, reports and details of other relevant organisations. – A “did you read?” section with details of the latest court cases, enquiries, reports and news stories. – Details of forthcoming conferences and conference reports. – Information about the Helpline and AEA1s other services, including training and campaigning. – How to join AEA. – A new page about confidentiality and disclosure. AEA1s services manager Gary Fitzgerald, who manages the website said the charity had wanted to create something which would be accessible to a wide audience. “The website is

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