At the Academy, connecting you to a welcoming and dynamic community of peers is one of our principal goals and core member benefits. Some of the best ways for you to get connected. We are pleased to announce the launch of our first general audiology community, a new collaboration platform that includes a document posting area, listserv capabilities, discussion forums, and social media integration. Visit the community, login, and start collaborating with your colleagues! 

The South East Ontario Regional Elder Abuse Prevention (REAP) Planning Network is a network seeking to reach and engage agencies and staff across South East Ontario who provide services to seniors, for the purposes of networking, sharing resources and collaborating on local initiatives to address elder abuse.
http://www.sagelink.ca/reapseontario

NICE is an international network of researchers, practitioners, students and seniors dedicated to improving the care of older adults, both in Canada and abroad. Members represent a broad spectrum of disciplines and professions, including geriatric medicine, gerontological nursing, gerontological social work, gerontology, rehabilitation science, sociology, psychology, policy and law.

Elder Abuse Ontario (formerly known as ONPEA, The Ontario Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse) is a provincial, charitable, non-profit organization focused on supporting the implementation of The Ontario Strategy to Combat Elder Abuse and has been doing so since 2002. The framework of the Strategy focuses on service coordination, building local capacity of front-line workers, caregivers, and community networks, by providing public education and training of professionals/service providers and families of seniors, to raise awareness around elder abuse issues. The website includes a repository of general information and education material  specific prevention, intervention and response of elder abuse.

Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington (KFL&A) Public Health works to promote and protect the health of more than 180, 000 residents by providing public health programs and services of the highest quality. As an accredited public health unit of over 225 staff and 150 volunteers, this diverse organization is working in collaboration with CSAH to provide older adult-specific public health information.