The first talk will describe an innovative project bringing queer youth, queer older adult creative writers, and academics together to create materials used in a series of town hall meetings across British Columbia. The second talk will present the review’s findings and critical analysis of the literature on service navigation and access for older immigrants with dementia and their families.
The Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL) has been working on a research project to develop a policy framework for working with victims of crime and witnesses who have capability issues.
Join us to learn “what’s in a fraudster’s toolbox” when committing these scams, the solicitation methods used, the appealing sales pitches, impersonations, and spoofing. Then equip yourself buy having the “tools to put in your toolbox” to respond and prevent falling victim to crypto scams!
Join leading Provincial and Regional Experts who will share their expertise and knowledge on best practice intervention models, programs and supports through interactive panel discussions and demonstrations of new resources and on-line tools for older adults and service providers to support victims and prevent abuse.
Joint Statement of Partnership: Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario and Ontario Age-Friendly Communities Outreach Program
A new partnership with Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario to prioritize elder abuse prevention strategies into age-friendly planning & implementation.