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Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario in partnership with the Prevention of Elder Abuse
Coalition of Etobicoke and York (PEACE), and the North York Elder Abuse
Network (NYEAN) host a Knowledge Exchange Event entitled: Legal Responses to Elder
Join us as we learn from our panel of experts: the Peel Regional Police, the Advocacy
Centre for the Elderly (ACE) and the Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee
(OPGT), who will discuss the law as it pertains to Elder Abuse and share what legal
recourse options are available to help prevent and respond appropriately to cases.
Through the presentation of a case study followed by an interactive panel discussion, we will explore with our guest speakers, experts in their respective fields, how they each address an individual’s mental health and ability to make decisions. By unfolding the various pieces of the puzzle in the case study, our panel of experts will show that by working together, we can effectively connect people to the supports the need.
Le ministère des Finances de l’Ontario vous invite à un webinaire gratuit, d’une heure, qui vous aidera à comprendre l’impôt sur le revenu des particuliers de l’Ontario, les crédits et prestations et les répercussions causées par la crise COVID-19.
présentatrice : Jocelyn Lalonde,Senior Program Advisory Specialist, Program Education, Public Communications & Outreach,Ministry of Finance
Mark your calendars and plan on joining Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario, as we host two informative sessions with the Ontario Ministry of Finance that address current income tax changes in the time of the COVID-19 crisis and gain a better understanding Ontario’s Personal Income Tax, Credits and Benefits Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Speaker: Jeremy Bertrand, Tax Advisory Specialist, Ontario Ministry of Finance
EAPO is pleased to be joined by the Assaulted Women’s Help Line-Seniors Safety Line (SSL) and The Ontario Caregiver Organization (OCO) to host a webinar on ‘Responding to the Safety and Well-being of Caregivers during COVID-19’. The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted many family members into new roles of caregiving for their loved ones and has also impacted the delivery of programs and services that support older adults in the community. Supports normally accessed, are now reduced or closed, causing increased stress and feelings of anxiety, affecting the health and safety of caregivers and individuals they are caring for.
Monday September 28, 2020
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Discover the diversity of 2SLGBTIQQA communities and understand the issues and barriers affecting help-seeking and the importance of using inclusive language to connect and support older adults. The webinar will also provide the opportunity to learn from 2SLGBTIQQA older adult experiences to understand their experiences and better approaches to promote their safety, dignity and respect.
Speaker: Anthony Mohamed, Senior Specialist, Equity & Community Engagement, Quality & Performance, St. Michael’s Hospital