Welcome to Action on Elder Abuse Scotland 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 UK-wide organisation, Action on Elder Abuse - the only charity in the UK working on this issue exclusively today. Highlight: We're looking for volunteers - find out more! "On behalf of my dad and family, we would just like to say thank you for pointing me towards AEA Scotland. They have given our family such support at a time when we felt helpless" Just some of the feedback from one of our Helpline callers - our Helpline really makes a difference to the lives of older people! Call our Scottish Helpline Find out about 'The Fife Natter' project 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 Fundraising auction We will be hosting a fundraising auction at our conference on 4th September, and we're also offering the opportunity to place auction bids before the conference. You can offer a 'sealed bid' for any auction prize, which means you submit your bid before the auction takes place, so that no other bidders know how much you have bid. Whoever submits the highest bid, including bids made at the conference, will be the winner. Sealed bids must be submitted by 5pm on the 3rd September. The auction prizes include: Corporate hospitality for 2 people at any Ross County FC or Inverness FC football game + 2 free wills Courtesy of McEwan Fraser Legal Afternoon tea for 2 people at the Hilton (William Street, Glasgow) Courtesy of Hilton Hotels and Resorts Family care packs: a will, a power of attorney, and an advance directive (2 available) Courtesy of Solicitors for Older People Scotland Unisex Rayban sunglasses (aviator) Courtesy of CR Smith Two family tickets for a 2019 Motorsport Event at Knockhill Racing Circuit Courtesy of Knockhill Racing Circuit Watercolour painting: Autumn Colours (Artist: Doris Barton McIntyre) Doris Barton McIntyre was one of the early female graduates of the Glasgow School of Art. She was a member of the prestigious Glasgow Society of Lady Artists which reconstituted as Glasgow Society of Women Artists. Her work exhibited with the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour in Edinburgh. You can submit bids for more than one item, but please use one bidding form for each item. Winners can make payment via our online donation page, or via BACS transfer. Click here to submit your bid, and we will notify all winners on the 4th September - good luck!