Welcome to Action on Elder Abuse CymruCymraeg Challenging, Preventing, Supporting Action on Elder Abuse (AEA) Cymru is a specialist charity committed to preventing abuse against older people. As the only charity in Wales to focus solely on elder abuse, we have the expertise and the experience to support victims, their families and those who care for them. Sign up for our newsletter here AEA Cymru Homepage About AEA Cymru Who we are Our Staff AEA Cymru Vacancies What we do What is Elder Abuse? Campaigning World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2018 Conferences and events Get involved Volunteer with us Fundraise for us Support our campaigns Membership Help in your area Helpline Resources and leaflets Other Organisations Practitioners AEA Resources How we help In Wales Who we are Cymraeg Additional Links: About AEA Cymru Our Staff AEA Cymru is committed to improving the lives of older people in Wales. AEA wants individuals and organisations to know how to identify, challenge and stop all forms of abuse against older people, who are often isolated and vulnerable. Our vision is a society which values older people, and a community where they and other adults can live a life free from abuse perpetrated by those in whom they have an expectation of trust. Where such abuse occurs we seek an environment in which it can be identified and addressed. We aim to prevent the abuse of older people by: Providing direct advice, guidance and support to older people and others via our helpline and portfolio of information resources. Raising awareness and education among the public and practitioners. Producing information materials, newsletters, delivering conferences, seminars and training. Promoting research and special projects relating to elder abuse. Influencing and informing policy in this area. AEA Cymru was established in June 2015 and works to challenge elder abuse at every level and improve safeguards for all adults in Wales. We also work closely with our sister organisations in AEA Northern Ireland, AEA Cymru and AEA England, as well as coming together as a UK-wide charity.