alberta elder abuse

If you or someone you know is at risk or harm call 9-1-1 for immediate response service.
For 24 hour support and referral, call Family Violence Info Line 310-1818

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The following list represents a selection of resources that address the issue of Elder Abuse. Some of these have been developed as a part of an AEAAC initiative. Some are community-based while others are related to initiatives in other parts of the country. They may help you expand your knowledge and awareness regarding the abuse of older people.

This list is meant as a starting point and is by no means a complete list of resources that may be available. These are pdf documents and can be easily downloaded.

Some of the resources listed have been developed in partnership between AEAAC and the Alberta Government. If you see a resource listing the Government of Alberta, it may be available as a printed material and can be ordered.

To do so, please call the Alberta Support Contact Centre at 1-877-780-644-9992 (toll-free) or locally at 780-644-9992.

AEAAC Resources

Calgary & Area

pdf Elder Abuse Brochure

Edmonton & Area

pdfPrevention Suggestions for Families & Caregivers
pdfPrevention Suggestions for Older Adults
pdfSafety Plan document

Lethbridge & Area

pptElder Abuse Presentation

Medicine Hat & Area

docService Delivery- EAR Model

The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo

pdf Seniors Guide

Other Elder Abuse Related Resources

pdfCommunity Awareness and Response
pdfNova Scotia Elder Abuse Strategy

Red Deer & Area

pdfCommunity Resources
pdfCommunity Response

AEAAC

AEAAC/Project Manager
Janet Schimmel
403-948-0286
projectcoordinator@albertaelderabuse.ca

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Our belief is that no one organization has a broad enough scope to address the complex issue of Elder abuse in its entirety. A truly effective
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