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What We Do

Through advocacy, community awareness campaigns and a high profile media presence, Greysafe works to prevent the abuse, neglect and exploitation of older Australians.

What you can do

We want to build lasting and sustainable change so that older Australians feel safe and valued. There are so many simple ways you can help make a lasting contribution to protecting our vulnerable elderly.


Our campaigns highlight systemic problems and their impact on vulnerable older Australians. We also aim to put forward well considered policy positions to ensure meaningful change takes place at the political level.

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We’ve seen the impact of abuse on older Australians and felt helpless when trying to assist the vulnerable escape this abuse and neglect from those that are supposedly caring for them. While the system recognises the abuse, exploitation and neglect of older Australians are issues needing to be addressed, meaningful change has been too slow or ineffective.

It is up to us, families of the abused and neglected, our friends, neighbours and the broader Australian community to lead the change.

Greysafe has made it our mission to highlight these issues and importantly, put forward solutions and initiatives to help protect and empower older Australians.

Keep up to date with our campaigns and news impacting older Australians

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Tristan Harrison, The Motley Fool, April 22, 2018 It’s getting harder to find good sources of income these days with banks offering a very pitiful interest rate on money in the bank. The best rate you can find these days is between…

ANZAC veterans to go rolling by

By Steff Wells – the Dairy Advertiser Wagga Wagga For some of Wagga’s elderly residents, the Anzac Day march can be a daunting task. But for World War II veterans like RSL Remembrance Village residents Max Sydenham and May Bruce, it…

Compulsory flu jabs for aged care staffers

Sydney Morning Herald – 23 April 2018 All aged-care homes will be required to provide flu vaccinations to all staff after more than 1100 people, the majority of them over 65, died of influenza-related complications last year. Speaking…

Clinical trials? Older people need not apply.

By Paula Span The New York Times April 13, 2018 Geriatrician and researcher, Dr Ken Covinsky, was sitting in his office at a San Francisco Medical Center last month, browsing through a medical journal on his computer. He came across a…

New Aged Care Commission welcomed

Talking Age Care Consumer groups, advocates and aged care providers from across the nation are starting to respond to the federal government announcement of a new ‘streamlined; Aged Care Safety and Quality Commission. The announcement,…

Rest home resident 'slept in chair for 24 days'

By Nicholas Jones Political Reporter NZ Herald A 95-year-old slept in a recliner chair for 24 days because a New Zealand rest home couldn't provide a suitable bed, her family says. The woman's daughter eventually called 111 after her…

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