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Rachael Nicholson-Wright

Director, AEA Cymru

Rachael is responsible for the overall management of AEA Cymru, campaigning and media work, projects, conference organisation, training and events and developing new materials and services. 

Rachael’s remit includes influencing policy and practice in Wales, raising awareness about and challenging the abuse of vulnerable older adults at every level and campaigning to improve safeguards for all adults in Wales. Rachael grew up in the Vale of Glamorgan and is a qualified Probation Officer who trained in Bridgend and then worked in Cardiff, focusing on domestic abuse. She has also worked for Cardiff Children’s Services Intake and Assessment team and in the third sector in youth work, mental health and for Stonewall Cymru. Her first degree was in French Studies from the University of Manchester and she is now enjoying learning Welsh with Cardiff University’s School of Welsh.

Email Rachael: [email protected]

Services Coordinator, AEA Cymru - Vacancy

The Services Coordinator is responsible for the management of the Elder Abuse Response Helpline in Wales, which includes recruiting, training and supporting victims. The coordinator also undertakes outreach work travelling across Wales to talk to community groups raising awareness about abuse and the support that AEA Cymru can offer.