Aged and Disability Advocacy Australia (ADA Australia) is a not-for-profit, independent, community based advocacy and education service with more than 25 years’ experience in supporting and improving the wellbeing of older people and people with disability.
Our advocacy services are free, confidential and client focused. ADA Australia also offers a range of education and training options.
It’s a not-for-profit volunteer organisation whose major purpose is to represent this rapidly growing section of the Australian population at all levels of Government.
Office bearers at all levels are volunteers. Their efforts are supplemented by planning and policy committees comprising members of the company.
The Association of Independent Retirees provides a range of benefits for members including copies of The Retiree magazine.
What are the goals of A.I.R.?
To work for the benefit and welfare of partly or fully self-funded retirees.
To seek a fair and just economic, taxation and social environment that recognises and compensates for the special problems of fully or partly self-funded retirees.
To provide information on all matters pertaining to retirees.
To conduct research to further the objects of the Company.
To seek recognition as a body speaking for retirees at Local, State and Federal Government levels, and by the community at large and by the media.
To foster membership of the Company throughout Australia.
To cooperate with other organisations with objectives consistent with those of the Company.
Inspired Outcomes, developed by Senior`s Advocate Margaret Warren, provides a “beautifully companioned” service to assist people to downsize from their family home to a Resort, Retirement Village or Nursing Home.
South Brisbane QLD
The Seniors Legal and Support Service (SLASS) provides free legal and social work support for seniors experiencing elder abuse, mistreatment or financial exploitation. SLASS is part of Caxton Legal Centre Inc.
The service can assist where the exploitation or abuse is taking place as part of a family or informal care relationship. Clients should be over the age of 60, or 50 in the case of Indigenous clients.
Get in touch if you are an older person experiencing or at risk of experiencing abuse, or if you are concerned about someone that you know.
All contact with the Seniors Legal and Support Service is confidential and free.
SLASS and Caxton Legal Centre cannot provide assistance with estate planning or conveyancing.