Annual Report 2018 - Year in Review
The 2018 Year in Review is a detailed and insightful analysis of elder abuse occurring in close/intimate relationships. Analysis is provided on victims, perpetrators and notifiers. Many demographical factors are considered with the analysis such as who reports abuse in regions, individual factors surrounding victims and perpetrators including trauma, patterns of abuse and much more.
Previous Annual Reports:
- 2017 - 2018 Year in Review
- 2016 - 2017 Year in Review
- 2016 - August Highlight Report
- 2016 - Year in Review
- 2015 - Statewide Annual Report
- 2015 - May Highlight Report
To access previous annual reports, you can request them via: firstname.lastname@example.org
The EAPU Helpline: investigation of five years of call data (2015)
This report investigates five years' worth of Helpline data. The report finds consistencies over time for age and gender although it suggests that elder abuse in older age groups may not be as gendered as spousal abuse. Drilling down into abuse types and relationships indicates that elder abuse is a different construct to spousal abuse. A change in the patterns of two abuse types over time reveals that sons and daughters are becoming more alike in their patterns of abuse. Click here for the full report.
A "Wishlist" for a Prevalence Study (2015)
The EAPU Reference Group Research Subgroup final report on a proposal for a Queensland prevalence study. Click here for the full report
Submission: Domestic and Family Violence Taskforce on Elder Abuse (2015)
This submission was prepared for the Domestic and Family Violence Taskforce chaired by the former Governor General, Dame Quentin Bryce. The submission raised important issues, including the cost of elder abuse and the need for a targeted and coordinated approach to prevention. Other key issues were the need for current legislation to be reviewed and strengthened, as well as a prevalence study to identify a baseline for service delivery and impact of services on the elder abuse. Click here to read the full submission.