Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario is excited to host our 2022 Virtual Provincial Conference on Tuesday, March 29. The conference theme, Amplifying Our Collective Voices: Rights Don’t Get Old, is focused on raising awareness and uniting stakeholders in strengthening our messages on the prevention of elder abuse, combating ageism and promoting the rights of older persons.

Spaces are filling up fast! Registration is free. 

Ashton Applewhite will be the keynote speaker on March 29.

Attend the conference to learn about the global and national movements taking place. You will learn how to TAKE ACTION to make a difference in your community.

Our cast of renowned speakers will inspire you with the knowledge to address ageism, understand the human rights of older persons, and prevent elder abuse. Author, journalist, and activist Ashton Applewhite will be the opening keynote speaker to kick off the conference. Applewhite is an expert and leading international voice in ending ageism

We can change policy, practices, and behaviours towards seniors through our collective voices!

Learn More About Elder Abuse Prevention at the EAPO Master Classes

The conversation does not end after the conference. EAPO is offering two Master Classes to discuss key topics further. These classes provide participants with the opportunity to explore new programs and resources that can help address and respond to elder abuse in the community. Our expert speakers will share their knowledge and engage in interactive dialogues through break-out sessions and group discussions.

Click below to learn more & register for these free Master Classes by clicking below. Sign up now because spaces are limited.

Master Class 1: Reframing Aging and Abuse 

Wednesday, March 30, 2022
9:30 am – 12:30 pm EST

Master Class 2: Engagement Interventions and Promising Practices

Thursday, March 31, 2022
9:30 am – 12:30 pm EST


Please contact the EAPO team for more information about the 2022 Virtual Provincial Conference and the two Master Classes.