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cover agingwithconfidence nov2017''Seniors have different evolving needs at different times in their lives. Aging with Confidence builds on successful initiatives that were launched through Ontario’s 2013 Action Plan for Seniors. It introduces new programs and services representing our ongoing commitment to provide further support for Ontario seniors. This is our plan to support seniors at all stages of life, so that they can remain independent, healthy and active, safe and socially connected.''

  • Guiding Principles
  • Inclusion
  • Choice and self determination
  • Diversity 
  • Safety and Security

Source: Government of Ontari

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  • pam eng 2010 2015The first governmental action plan to counter elder abuse 2010-2015 (extended until 2017) followed a public consultation process about the living conditions of older adults. The implementation of the measures from this first plan have allowed Quebec to reach the following goals:

  • Improve awareness of elder abuse among older adults, their loved ones, stakeholders and the public at large
  • Improve inter sectorial concerted responses
  • Develop knowledge acquisition and knowledge-sharing about elder abuse

    Source: Ministère de la famille

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The following resource is part of the Family Violence Initiative, funded by the RCMP. Find similar tools by searching for the FVIF tag or consult the list of available resources.

 

screen shot 2017 05 05 at 11.12.45 am"This handbook is a compilation of the research, best practices, and knowledge that experts in the area of family violence would agree are essential to effective response by the criminal justice system.
The Alberta Government's dedication to ending family violence is ongoing, and as such, this electronic handbook will continue to be updated."
Originally Created: October 2005

Source: Ministry of Justice and Solicitor General

 

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The following resource is part of the Family Violence Initiative, funded by the RCMP. Find similar tools by searching for the FVIF tag or consult the list of available resources.

nwtprotocolabuse"The Yellowknife Interagency Family Violence and Abuse Protocol is an agreement among agencies to improve responses to adult victims of family violence. The Protocol describes how agencies will respond to adult victims of family violence and interact with each other. By following the Protocol, the agencies expect to offer a seamless and coherent response to adult victims of family violence.


Participating groups including the eight agencies that are part of the Protocol are:
YWCA Alison McAteer House
Canada/NWT Service Centre 
Centre for Northern Families
Income Security Programs
YWCA of Yellowknife
GNWT Health and Social Services
Public Prosecution Service of Canada 
Yellowknife Victim Services
NWT Regional Office
GNWT Justice
GNWT Education
Culture and Employment
NWT Seniors' Society
Yellowknife RCMP Detachment
RCMP „G‟ Division
Stanton Territorial Health Authority
Yellowknife Housing Authority
Yellowknife Health and Social Services Authority"

Source: NWT Seniors' Society

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The following resource is part of the Family Violence Initiative, funded by the RCMP. Find similar tools by searching for the FVIF tag or consult the list of available resources.

 

nb protocols adultvictimofabuse"The purpose of these protocols is to ensure that all efforts of the Government of New Brunswick to protect adult victims of abuse and neglect are effective and sensitive to their needs. Due to the number of factors involved, no one group can resolve the issue in isolation. A cooperative effort is essential. Therefore, various departments worked together to update these protocols, following consultations with a variety of key external organizations and agencies.

We endorse these Adult Victims of Abuse Protocols and consider it essential that all professionals who operate under the authority of the Departments of Family and Community Services, Health and Wellness, Justice, Public Safety, and Training and Employment Development adopt them as an integral part of their regular operations. As well, it is anticipated that individuals, organizations and professionals who have not been specifically identified in these protocols may, from time to time, be sought out to assist adult victims and the protocols will assist them as well."

Source: Government of New Brunswick

 

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