Community Support

Community Support & Resources

We have compiled some resources and contacts that we hope will support our communities.  If you would like to contribute to this list please let us know via the contact page.

Compass aims to create a national focus on elder abuse by raising awareness of this growing social issue, and simplify the process of connecting people to services and information tackling elder abuse.
COTA advances the rights, interests and futures of Australians as we age.
A joint consensus statement by Australian and Aotearoa/New Zealand intersex organisations and independent advocates.
The Commonwealth Government has compiled Contacts List for Dementia Services.
The Department of Health is a Commonwealth website that can assist the older LGBTI person and their loved ones. Find out about what services are funded, how older Australians can access them, and what service providers need to do to deliver aged care programs.
Emotional Health Compass aims to support emotional wellbeing. It lists services including meditation, mindful movement, education, support groups, helplines, online websites & apps, counselling, in-patient treatment & rehabilitation.
Born out of the marriage equality campaign, we are Australia’s first national legal advocacy and campaigning organisation dedicated to achieving equality for LGBTIQ+ people.
Freedom2b assists LGBTI people from Christian backgrounds on their journey to reconciling their faith, sexuality and gender identity.
The Genders, Bodies and Relationships Passport is a tool to support clear communication between intersex, trans and gender diverse people, and health and social care services. The passport provides important information about a person’s gender/s, body, and relationships in a single location.
Get PrEP’D is an Australian national initiative for gay, bisexual and other men (cis or trans), non-binary inclusive, who have sex with men about PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis).
This factsheet developed by My Aged Care provides helpful information regarding aged care specific to LGBTI elders. Aged care providers must make sure people of diverse gender, sexuality or who are intersex feel safe, included and respected.
GRAI is a Western Australian community-based group with a mission to create a responsive and inclusive mature age environment that promotes and supports a quality life for older and ageing people of diverse sexualities and gender identities.