Grandparent Alienation occurs when grandparents are denied access to their grandchildren. It can vary from not being invited to a birthday party right through to no access at all. This can occur over a protracted period of time.
Hear from experts and ask your questions as part of this informative discussion about a form of elder abuse that is on the rise. Find out more about what causes Grandparent Alienation and what resources, services and ultimately what solutions are available for families.
Join the Compass Webinar on Thursday 29 July and be part of the conversation with a panel who work with families dealing with Grandparent Alienation including elder law expert Associate Professor Susan Field, Antonios Maglis, Community Engagement and Capacity Building Officer at Pronia who works with older people from non-English speaking backgrounds, and Gabrielle Passlow from Relationships Australia QLD, who specialises in conflict resolution, mediation and family dispute resolution and community sector management.