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Elder abuse in Aotearoa : the proposed future strategy for Elder Abuse Response Services Ministry of Social Development

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry of Social Development.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Ministry of Social Development, 2020Description: electronic document (25 pages) ; PDF.Subject(s): New Zealand. Ministry of Social Development | ELDER ABUSE | Elder Abuse Response Services | FUNDING | GOVERNMENT POLICY | INTERVENTION | OLDER PEOPLE | STRATEGY | SUPPORT SERVICES | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: MSD released a proposed future strategy for MSD-funded EARS, in December 2020, which focuses on: Supporting older people to live abuse free; Serving the needs of an ageing population; Supporting providers to deliver best-practice services; Giving our regions support to deliver an integrated response; Recognising elder abuse services as a key family violence service. This proposed stategy outlines the steps MSD will take to support change. As MSD strengthens and stabilises EARS, it will work to develop a future approach and practical next steps for integrating Te Pae Tata and Pacific Prosperity (the Māori and Pacific Actions Plans) into elder abuse services, ensuring that services reflect Māori and Pasifika world views. Record #6940
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Publication date, July 2020, released December 2020.

MSD released a proposed future strategy for MSD-funded EARS, in December 2020, which focuses on: Supporting older people to live abuse free; Serving the needs of an ageing population; Supporting providers to deliver best-practice services; Giving our regions support to deliver an integrated response; Recognising elder abuse services as a key family violence service.

This proposed stategy outlines the steps MSD will take to support change. As MSD strengthens and stabilises EARS, it will work to develop a future approach and practical next steps for integrating Te Pae Tata and Pacific Prosperity (the Māori and Pacific Actions Plans) into elder abuse services, ensuring that services reflect Māori and Pasifika world views. Record #6940

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