Newsletters & Media Watch

About Newsletters & Media Watch

Do you want to know when the media reports on Elder Abuse issues?

As part of supporting the rights of older people to live free from abuse, EAPU produces a quarterly EA Brief Newsletter. This newsletter helps to keep interested parties up to date with content about Elder Abuse and it now includes a Media Watch section.

You might be surprised at how frequently this topic is discussed in the media, but it’s not always easy to track this information down. So we make sure that you have all the information you need to keep abreast of this highly emotive and extremely important topic.

Access the EA Brief Newsletter archives

If you would like to read our previous newsletters, then all you need to do is click on one of the links below.

2021 EA Brief Newsletters

Quarter 4

December 2021

Quarter 3

September 2021

2019 EA Brief Newsletters

Quarter 3

September 2019

Quarter 2

June 2019

Quarter 1

March 2019

Access the ‘2020 Year in Review’ report

If you can’t see the newsletter that interests you on this page, please contact us on eapu@uccommunity.org.au– that’s because many of our previous editions are available in our hard copy archives.

This report contains detailed analyses of Elder Abuse and provides data on perpetrators, victims, abuse patterns and much more for the financial year ending in 2020. You can also access similar reports for previous years on our Data & Reports page.

Subscribe to the EA Brief Newsletter

If you are interested in preventing Elder Abuse or want to know more about the issue and keep on top of this topic, why not subscribe to our quarterly EA Brief Newsletter?

Simply fill out your contact information in the SUBSCRIBE textbox on this page and we’ll send you the latest edition of our newsletter for you to read.

Access advice on Elder Abuse in QLD

If you want to discuss your options regarding Elder Abuse, please call our helpline on 1300 651 192 or 1800 Elder Help (1800 353 374). For more information on help for Elder Abuse, please check out our Elder Abuse Helpline page.

Access advice on Elder Abuse across Australia

We are happy to discuss your options concerning Elder Abuse, regardless of where you live in Australia, however it might be best if you contact someone closer to home. For a list of suitable helplines in your state or territory, please check out our Elder Abuse Helpline page.