Elder Abuse Prevention Brochures

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Available in 17 languages

We all have a right to respect and dignity as we get older. However, relationships with family and friends can go wrong.

In collaboration with Senior Rights Victoria, ECCV has produced useful brochures for seniors so that they can get the help they need.

The brochures are available in 17 languages and include information on elder abuse, testimonials from people from  community and referrals to relevant support services. The content is framed in a culturally responsive manner for each community.

Printed brochures are available on request.

Please contact eccv@eccv.org.au to check availability in specific languages.

العربية / Arabic

Ελληνικά / Greek

Српски / Serbian

Bosanski / Bosnian

हिन्दी / Hindi

Español / Spanish

简体中文 / Chinese (Simplified)

Македонски / Macedonian

தமிழ் / Tamil

繁體中文 / Chinese (Traditional)

Polski / Polish

Türkçe / Turkish

Hrvatski / Croatian

ਪੰਜਾਬੀ / Punjabi

Tiếng Việt / Vietnamese


Русский / Russian

What is elder abuse?

Elder abuse is any act causing harm to an older person that is carried out by someone they know and trust, such as a family member, relative or friend. The abuse may be physical, social, financial, psychological or sexual, and can include mistreatment and neglect.

Elder abuse most commonly occurs within the family. Although it is believed to be greatly under-reported, the World Health Organisation estimates elder abuse affects 1-10 per cent of older people worldwide.

Further Information

To find out more about ECCV’s work in elder abuse awareness and prevention, contact ECCV.

Phone: (03) 9354 9555
Email: eccv@eccv.org.au 


Funded by the Victorian Government.