Information, Resources, and Presentations

Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Council


Description
Provides resources to increase awareness and support for a community response to elder abuse.

Service provides:

  • resources, information, and presentations to increase awareness and support for a community response to elder abuse

Includes:

  • information about the types of elder abuse
  • list of local resources and supports available
  • Staying Safe: A Resource for Older Adults Living in Alberta - handbook for older adults that includes information on rights, options, and resources
  • It's Not Right: Neighbours Friends and Families for Older Adults (INR-NFF) - presentation to educate and engage bystanders
  • Train the Trainer - workshop to develop trainers across Alberta for INR-NFF

Affiliation: Alberta Seniors and Housing
Eligibility
No
Application Process
Service Access: Internet Based Service, To access service:
  • visit website for a list of local resources and supports 
  • visit website for information about the types of elder abuse 
  • visit website for Staying Safe: A Resource for Older Adults Living in Alberta handbook
  • visit website for contact information of It's Not Right: Neighbours Friends and Families for Older Adults presenters

Referral Process: No


Waiting Period: No,
Telephone
N/A
Web Site
https://www.albertaelderabuse.ca
Email
info@albertaelderabuse.ca
Languages
English - Interpretation services may be available. Contact for details.
Fees
Fee: No


Fee Reduction: No


Membership Fee: No,

Annual membership is free. 




Accessibility
Wheelchair access: N/A -
Other disabled access: N/A -
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Last Verified On
September 25, 2023