CNPEA launches new Roadmap for elder abuse prevention

Our partner CNPEA (Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse) has launched ‘Future Us: Roadmap to Elder Abuse Prevention‘, a landmark strategy to uphold the rights of seniors in our country. Future Us is a pan-Canadian engagement strategy that examines where we are now and where we need to go. It provides clear goals and recommendations at […]

EAPO Virtual Provincial Conference

EAPO Provincial Conference 2022

March 29th9:00 AM – 12:30 PM ET EAPO’s (Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario) Annual Provincial conference is coming! EAPO’s conference is focused on raising awareness and uniting stakeholders to strengthen our messages on the prevention of elder abuse, combating ageism and promoting the rights of older persons, through taking collective action to create change attitudes and […]

Your questions answered: October Edition

We constantly receive important questions from our members and always do our best to respond quickly and directly. Recently, we starting inviting people to submit their questions in our monthly newsletter, and their permission to share the answers on our website for the benefit of others. Here are some recent questions we’ve received from people […]

A Realistic Look at Elder Mediation

A realistic look at elder mediation

On Sept 23rd, join Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario and International Advanced Elder Mediator, Julie Gill, as they discuss the realities and unique challenges of mediating issues related to older adults.Elder Mediation, unlike other types of mediation, is not all about process and expected results. It’s about family (history, dynamics, personalities) and relationships (quality, repairing, respecting). […]

Elder and Family Mediation: Resolving Elder abuse and Conflicts to Healing Families

Resolving Elder Abuse and Family Conflicts through Elder Mediation

In this webinar on Sept 16th, hosted by Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario, attendees will learn about Elder Mediation. “Elder mediators” are trained professionals, well versed and current in their knowledge about issues facing older adults. In Elder Mediation, the underlying root causes of problems often lie beyond those of the parties in disagreement or specific […]

Help create a national definition of elder abuse

Last month, we shared the exciting news that we were invited to join the federal working group tasked with creating a national definition of elder abuse. Now it’s your turn to have your say! The government wants your input on how we, as a country, can officially define what elder abuse is so that we […]

Infographics: Elder Abuse in Canada

These infographics were created by Western University’s Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children.

‘It’s really gotten worse’

The pandemic has spawned a host of problems — to say the least. Yet it also has exacerbated an ongoing problem in Canada, affecting some of our most vulnerable citizens: seniors. That’s not just because the virus often poses a greater danger to their health than younger individuals. The pandemic has also sparked a sharp […]

CanAge joins federal roundtable creating national definition of elder abuse

Following on the heels of our World Elder Abuse Awareness Day campaign, which engaged nearly 1000 people in the urgent challenge of protecting older Canadians from harm, we’ve been invited by the Federal Minister of Seniors to join a group of experts tasked with creating a national definition of elder abuse. By sitting on this […]

Reports of elder abuse soar in Canada as COVID-19 further isolates vulnerable seniors

We sent the following press release on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Toronto ON, June 15—June 15th is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. To mark this important annual day of awareness CanAge, Canada’s National Seniors’ Advocacy Organization, is teaming up with longstanding partners Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario (EAPO) and the Canadian Network for the Prevention […]

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