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  • 'Safety and Wellbeing - what's important to older people?'

    Created: 08/11/2018

    When: 10:30am 1:00pm , Friday 30 November 2018
    Where: Double Tree by Hilton , Queensferry Crossing, North Queensferry
    This event is being organised by Action on Elder Abuse Scotland

    It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.

    A free ‘Action on Elder Abuse Scotland’ event for older people, and those supporting or working with older people across Scotland. 

    Safety and Well-being: What's important to older people? 

    Come along to share your views about issues that concern you, and your suggestions for improvements in relation to:

    • Safety in your home and in your community
    • Scams and other forms of abuse or exploitation affecting older people
    • How to best support and protect older people experiencing loneliness and/or isolation

    Register here

    This is a free event aimed at older people, and those supporting or working with older people across Scotland. The programme will include:

    • Action on Elder Abuse Scotland: find out about our work and services, including our new Recovery Project and opportunities for volunteering with us
    • A family perspective: Mary Moultrie will discuss her elderly mother's experience of financial abuse within the family, and her views on how we can better safeguard older people's finances
    • Group discussion: your opportunity to share your views and help shape developments to better support older people in Scotland
    • Scottish music to celebrate St Andrews Day
    • Information stalls and networking
    • Lunch

    Transport costs

    We really want as many people to attend as possible; especially those that would not otherwise be able to. Although we only have a small funding pot we are happy to consider reasonable travel costs of older people on a first-come first-served basis. Please confirm with us before arranging. We would encourage the use of public transport or share cars/taxis as much as possible.

    Surviving Christmas:  Copies of the Adult Support and Protection Committee booklet, foldout and easy read are available.  To request, please e-mail Shona Mcewan


    Contact: Brian Rapley
    Phone: 07496 323 801
    E-mail: [email protected]
    For more information visit this weblink


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