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TIPS York Region Breakfast Meeting May 28, 2019

  • May 28, 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Holland Gardens Retirement Residence, 552 Holland Street West, Bradford, ON L3Z 4H3

TIPS York Region Meeting Tuesday, May 28th

Holland Gardens Retirement Residence

552 Holland Street West, Bradford, ON L3Z 4H3

 

RSVP – Melissa McKee by May 22nd, 2019    mktg.hg@verveseniorliving.com

 

Please note as we are having this meeting will start at 8 a.m. and will run until 11 – 11:30 a.m.

 

It’s Not Right Training Workshop: Changing the Conversation to Stop Abuse of Older Adults


Elder Abuse Ontario is pleased to invite you to join this dynamic training and education workshop. Learn how to lead presentation to educate individuals how to recognize the warning signs of the abuse of
older adults and how to respond safely, and supportively through learning practical approaches for helping seniors at-risk or experiencing abuse.

 

Workshop Objectives:
- Learn about It's Not Right! Neighbours, Friends and Families for Older Adults (INR-NFF) - a proven, high performing education and engagement tool.

-True-to-life scenarios are used to facilitate discussion and to build skills. 
-Take-away the INR-NFF tools and materials to be able to deliver presentations.


Facilitators
Constable Bussie Wood, York Regional Police
Constable Bussie Wood obtained her Law Enforcement Diploma from Seneca College in 1995 and went on to work for Toronto Police as a Court Officer. She became a Police Officer in 1998 and began working with Peel Police on the road in Mississauga and then went into the Youth Education Bureau. In
2009, Bussie transferred to York Regional Police where she has worked on the road at 1 District in Newmarket, at the Community Safety Village in Stouffville and has been a Senior Safety Officer since January 2015. As part of the Senior Safety Team, Bussie provides support to our older
adults as well as community partners in order to ensure the safety and protection of everyone involved.

Raeann Rideout, Central East Regional Consultant, Elder Abuse Ontario
Raeann has more than 19 years of experience working in the field of elder abuse. She is committed to building the capacity of agencies and elder abuse networks in Ontario to better serve older adult's at-risk or experiencing abuse. She has been the provincial lead for INR campaign with EAO.
Raeann has been a Regional Consultant for Elder Abuse Ontario for the past 14 years, in this role, she has responsibility for implementing EAO's initiatives, which includes providing public education to seniors, and developing training resources.

Raeann is past Co-chair of the Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse.

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