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Precisely Purple Photo Competition

Selfies, action shots, portraits or nature?  There is purple fever happening and we want your photos!!  The ever popular Precisely Purple photo competition is on again.  

Closing date: midnight 30 June 2018

1st Prize: $100 Visa Pre-paid gift card
Runner-up: $50 Visa Pre-paid gift card

For the full competition details and how to enter: Click here

 

 

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BRISBANE’S GOING PURPLE  

Check out beautiful Brisbane city on Friday evening for the buildings and facilities that have been lit up purple to support World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15.  Please share your photographs with us, or enter them in our Precisely Purple Photographic competition.

Qld Parliament House

Story Bridge

Victoria Bridge

Kurilpa Bridge

Brisbane City Hall

King George Square

Redacliffe Square sculpture balls

Sandgate Town Hall

Brisbane Treasury Casino

Brisbane Tropical Dome Botanical Gardens

Wheel of Brisbane

Wickham Terrace Car Park Architectural Wall

 

Our sincere thanks go to ...

Treasury Brisbane Casino

Wheel of Brisbane,

Brisbane City Council,

Dept of Housing and Public Works,

Dept of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors

 

for their ongoing support of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day each year on June 15.

 


 

 


 

 Talk about the future, plan for the future

 --- more information below about Enduring Powers of Attorney ...


  Information for Attorneys - Enduring Power of Attorney

In Queensland people have the option of creating a legal document called an Enduring Power of Attorney to nominate others to act on their behalf and make decisions for them if they are unable.  These decisions may include personal, health or financial decisions, which may be simple or complex.

The role of Attorney can be confusing.  It is recognised there has been a lack of education specifically developed to assist Attorneys to understand their legal duties and responsibilities.

To make it easier for Attorneys to act appropriately in their role as decision maker, ADA Australia with the support of the Queensland government have created resources.

ADA Australia in consultation with a broad range of stakeholders and funding from the Queensland Government’s Department of Justice and Attorney General. The resources can assist Attorneys to understand the EPOA document, any terms and when and how to make decisions for another.  It can also help support those who may be considering agreeing to the role of becoming someone’s Attorney, to understand more about the role and what will be required of them should the EPOA become active.

 Please follow the link below:

https://adaaustralia.com.au/education/enduring-powers-of-attorney/

 


 

Information for Principals - Enduring Power of Attorney

The Ageing Diversely videos have created a means to generate conversations about ‘planning for the future’ for culturally and linguistically diverse communities. The videos produced in English, Mandarin, Italian and Amharic are currently viewable via the UnitingCare Community YouTube page. The Auslan videos are available via the Deaf Services Queensland YouTube page. We are very happy for you to utilise the videos however you wish, including the English version.

Thank you to the Public Trustee, The Queensland Government, CO.AS.IT, Cathay Community Association, Jeta Gardens and the many other services who supported the Conversation Café video series. A particular thankyou to Multicultural Communities Council Gold Coast who also provided a magnificent filming location.

  Please follow the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFtTahdJaGGkWyz0URMhXTg

 


 

Donate to the Elder Abuse Prevention Unit

Click the link below and choose "Elder Abuse Prevention" from the "I would like to make a donation to" drop-down list.

https://uccdonations.gofundraise.com.au/cms/uccdonations

Definition

"Elder Abuse is a single or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship where there is an expectation of trust which causes harm or distress to an older person”

The Elder Abuse Prevention Unit is funded by the Queensland Government and auspiced by UnitingCare Community.