Welcome to Action on Elder Abuse Scotland Challenging harm & abuse of older people Action on Elder Abuse (AEA) Scotland works to protect older people from harm, abuse and neglect. We support those experiencing (or at risk of) harm, as well as raising awareness and advocating effective prevention. We’re part of the organisation, Action on Elder Abuse, who work across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and we were the first charity to address elder abuse and the only charity in the UK working on the issue exclusively today. Call our Scottish Helpline for confidential advice & support 080 8808 8141 Highlight: Survey for older people - tell us what your priorities are People’s Postcode Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Our project received £6,480 from the Trust toward our Elder Abuse Recovery Project in Fife. Find out about the People's Postcode Lottery here. Back to main home page AEA Scotland home page About AEA Scotland Who we are Our staff Our volunteers Our supporters Contact AEA Scotland How we help In Scotland Elder Abuse Recovery Project (Fife): Agency referrals If you would like to refer a client to the Elder Abuse Recovery Project, please complete our agency referral form. Alternatively, you may prefer to download a Word version. You will also need to send us a consent form to provide evidence that the client has agreed to being referred to us and sharing their information with us. Please return the signed consent form to Ian Sloan at [email protected] or by post to the address below. If you're unable to send a scanned copy of the form, you can sign it when we meet you. Action on Elder Abuse Scotland PO Box 29244 Dunfermline KY12 2EG Eligibility criteria: Older people meeting the following criteria can participate in the project (subject to capacity): aged 55 or over have capacity to consent to participation in the project have experienced some form of harm or abuse that has had a significant impact on their lives It is not necessary for the client to have reported the harm/abuse to social work or the police to be able to participate in the project.