Elder Abuse

NOT in My Family - Working with Caregivers to Reduce Elder Abuse

This session is intended for Caregivers, Professionals, Members of the General Public

Learn how to protect older adults and reduce the risk of elder abuse/neglect by:

  • Recognizing signs of abuse and neglect
  • Avoiding isolation by staying socially connected
  • Improving communications
  • Staying healthy while caregiving
  • Resources for Caregivers & Older Adults
  1. Lin is a graduate of McGill University with a Master’s of Social Work. She has many years of experience working in the non-profit sector, during which she has taken on a variety of roles as a support worker, group facilitator, and program and volunteer coordinator. She is passionate about social justice, particularly in defending and promoting the rights of immigrants and refugees. Lin coordinates the BCCEAS Seniors Reaching Out to Seniors Workshop Program. Together with the Community Education volunteers, she presents numerous workshops each month to community groups, raising awareness about elder abuse and empowering older adults with knowledge and resources.

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