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  • Elder Abuse Defined

    OakNet: Canadian Law for Older Adults

    What is elder abuse and who is at risk? What specific actions count as abuse? You can learn the answer to these questions and more in this resource.

  • Social Isolation of Seniors: A focus on Indigenous Seniors in Canada

    Employment and Social Development Canada

    Indigenous seniors are at increased risk of social isolation due to racism and historical traumas. This toolkit can help spark community conversations within Indigenous communities. It can also be used by policymakers to address social isolation.

  • Safety Plan

    Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Council

    Creating a safety plan can be a way to give yourself or a loved one peace of mind when needing to escape danger. This resource contains tips on how to prepare a potential escape. Read this resource to learn more.

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