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National Elder Abuse Conference Registrations Now Open

Kate Swaffer   Virginia Trioli   Paul Greenwood

NATIONAL ELDER ABUSE CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN

ADA Australia and Caxton Legal Centre are excited to announce registrations for the 2019 National Elder Abuse Conference (NEAC) are now open!

Register to attend the conference today.

The 2019 National Elder Abuse Conference will be an action-oriented, inspiring two days of keynote addresses, expert panels, interactive dialogue and breakout sessions.  With plenty of opportunity for collaboration, this is your chance to drive real change on the issue of elder abuse.

Details

When: 22-23 July 2019

Where: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

More info: Sign up for more details and regular updates, and follow ADA Australia and Caxton Legal Centre on Facebook.

You’re also invited to follow the NEAC 2019 Facebook event page.

Speakers

Virginia Trioli (MC)

Two-time Walkley Award winner Virginia Trioli is one of Australia’s best-known journalists and has worked as a television anchor, radio presenter, writer and commentator. She is much sought after as a speaker and MC, and combines a rigorous interviewing style with an often wicked sense of humour. Virginia currently co-hosts ABC News Breakfast on ABC 1 and ABC News 24. Read more.

Paul Greenwood (International keynote speaker)

International keynote speaker Paul Greenwood worked for 22 years as the San Diego County Deputy District Attorney and was the lead prosecutor of elder abuse cases. Since retiring from the role last year, Paul has become an expert witness, consultant and educator on elder abuse. Read more.

Kate Swaffer (Speaker)

Kate Swaffer is the 2017 SA Australian of the Year, a humanitarian, an activist, a speaker and a widely published academic and author. She has a Masters of Science in Dementia Care (2014) and is a retired nurse. She is the current Chair, CEO and co-founder of the Dementia Alliance International, a PhD student at the University of Wollongong, a full member of the World Dementia Council, regional ambassador for Southeast Asia and a board member of Alzheimer’s Disease International. Read more.

Stay in touch

More speakers will be announced progressively in the lead up to the conference. Sign up for more details or follow ADA Australia and Caxton Legal Centre on Facebook. You can also follow the NEAC 2019 Facebook event page.