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Pianoforte-legal issues for older people

Pianoforte–a play about legal issues for older people

Pianoforte is a presentation for older people and their families and carers. It is a screening of a play that explores issues older people might face when planning for the future. It covers wills, power of attorney and elder abuse.

The presentation is followed by a discussion with an expert panel.  The panel will have on it:

  • lawyers from Legal Aid NSW, Seniors Rights Service or a local Community Legal Centre
  • and workers from services with expertise in elder abuse―such as the Elder Abuse Helpline and Resource centre, and
  • workers from local services for older people.

Where can I see it?

Pianoforte presentations take place in local libraries. You can book through the library.

When can I see it?

Many of the presentations will be in Law Week 2018―between 14-18 May.  However, you can also see it at some other times. Check the calendar for presentation times and locations.

Our partners

Pianoforte is presented in partnership with the Seniors Rights Service and the Legal Information Access Centre (LIAC) at the State Library NSW.

Pianoforte was written and produced by the Suncoast Community Legal Centre and funded by Legal Aid Queensland Community Collaboration Fund.