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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

Flu vaccine shortage hits

© Nine Digital Pty Ltd 2018 Children, the elderly and sick will be the first priority for flu vaccinations until the governments can get a ‘solid supply’ into Australia. Victoria's Health Minister Jill Hennessy yesterday said the jab…

Elderly agitation on trial. Bionomics announces Phase 2 clinical trial

From Bionomics Limited (ASX:BNO) has today announced that a Phase 2 clinical trial for BNC210 has commenced in elderly patients with agitation in a hospital setting. The first participant has been recruited into the trial. The…

Aveo’s billions. Behind the impenetrable aged-care empire

Posted by Michael West | May 23, 2018 From Hong Kong and Malaysia, from the tax havens of Bermuda and the British Virgin Islands and into China, the largest aged care company on the Australian share market has an eye-watering corporate…

Allowing the critically ill to die at home

By Caroline Egan, HelloCare People who are critically ill, and their families, would often prefer to stay at home in the final weeks of their life, and are likely to receive better care, according to a new report from the UK. The report…

No checking at night for Japara Healthcare nursing home residents

By Michael Bachelard, Sydney Morning Herald, 21 May 2018 Staff in the for-profit nursing homes run by Japara Healthcare have been ordered not to look in on residents overnight because making sure they are still breathing, or have not fallen…

Nationwide push to tackle 'chronic' aged care understaffing

Moree Champion NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association representatives met at Fairview Retirement Village on Friday as part of a nation-wide campaign to tackle chronic understaffing in aged care facilities. Thousands of nurses…

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