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Educational Materials for Seniors

Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario has developed a range of specific educational tools, to assist seniors, (their families and caregivers) in seeking out the appropriate Programs or Services, when there are situations of elder abuse. The Resources listed below, include information about financial abuse, flowcharts on reporting abuse cases, as well as tips for preventing elder abuse, safety and security or protecting one’s finances.
To access additional  educational materials for seniors, please refer to the  Directory of Tools and Resources Database.
 

Tea & Talk Workshops: Facilitation Guide

Tea & Talk Workshop Modules

#1  Dating as an Older Adult
#1  Dating as an Older Adult (Tip Sheet)
#2 Protecting Your Finances
#2 Protecting Your Finances (Tip Sheet)
#3 Increasing Self-Esteem
#3 Increasing Self-Esteem (Tip Sheet)
#4 Communication in Healthy Relationships
#4 Communication in Healthy Relationships (Tip Sheet)
#5 -Age discrimination
#5 Age and Discrimination (Tip Sheet)
#6 Caregiving
#6 Caregiving (Tip Sheet)
#7 Elder Abuse: A Closer Look
#7 Elder Abuse: A Closer Look (Tip Sheet)
#8 Sexual Harm in Older Adults
#8 Sexual Harm in Older Adults (Tip Sheet)

It’s Not Right – Family Violence

Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario partnered with Western University to create a movement of social change in Ontario to stop abuse and neglect of older adults. Research has shown that most often it is bystanders – neighbours, friends, family and co-workers – who are closest to abusive situations and can see what is happening. They know that something isn’t right, but don’t know what to do. It’s Not Right! Neighbours, Friends and Families for Older Adults (INR) teaches people of all ages to recognize warning signs and how to respond safely and effectively.

INR provides a a wide variety of audiences in discussions and practice on how neighbours, friends and family members can learn to recognize and respond to warning signs of abuse and neglect in the lives of older adults they know. These are the bystanders to abusive situations who often know that something isn’t right, but often don’t know what to do to help.

If you are interested in having a Champion speak to your agency or senior group/club or attend an event, please contact Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario via email: [email protected] or phone: 416.916.6728.

Fact Sheet
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Starting the Conversation
 
Warning Signs of Abuse
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Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario : Brochure
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Safe and Sound Financial Security – EnglishEAO Safe_and_Sound_Financial_Security-english-thumbnail Safe and Sound Financial Security – Punjabi
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Safe and Sound Financial Security – FarsiEAO Safe_and_Sound_Financial_Security-farsi Safe and Sound Financial Security – French

Safe and Sound Financial Security – Spanish Safe and Sound Financial Security – French

Safe and Sound Financial Security- English Safe and Sound Frauds and Scams – English
 
Safe and Sound Fraud and Scams – Italian
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Safe and Sound Financial Security –  Korean
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Safe and Sound Frauds and Scams –  Korean 
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Safe and Sound Financial Security – Portuguese
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Safe and Sound Frauds and Scams –  Portuguese
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Safe and Sound-Financial Security-Russian
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Safe and Sound Frauds and Scams –  Russian
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Safe and Sound Financial Security –  French
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Safe and Sound Frauds and Scams –  French
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Protecting Seniors Finances : Banking Tips
Financial Abuse by Relatives and Caregivers

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Protect Yourself From Abuse
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Keeping Your Money Safe
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What to do in Situations of Financial Abuse
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Are you considering moving in with a relative or friend?
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Impact of Crime on Older Adults
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Financial Abuse 

Produced by Adult Injury Prevention Network
in partnership with Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario
Moving In
Produced by Adult Injury Prevention Network
in partnership with Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario

 

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