Cheryl Tilse, an Honorary Associate Professor at The University of Queensland, is a lead researcher in the Assets, Ageing and Intergenerational Transfers research program. This multimethod research program focuses on the financial abuse of older people, family asset management, wills and other intergenerational transfers, substitute and supported decision making and end of life decision making.
Cheryl has published and presented nationally and internationally on these topics. The program has been funded by the Australian Research Council, State governments and legal and community service organisations.
At NEAC 2019 Cheryl will appear at: