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Winnipeg Health Authority Toolkit"The purpose of the Respectful Communities toolkit is to provide older adults, service providers and community partners with information and resources to prevent and respond to bullying behaviour in a community setting."

For more information and to see the toolkit, please click the link below. 

 

Source: Winnipeg Regional Health Authority  

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Understanding Senior Abuse A Toolkit for Community Champions"This toolkit has been developed by the Department of Seniors to help Nova Scotians understand and prevent senior abuse. We call it a toolkit because it's packed with tools you can use to make your community a safer, more respectful place for older adults."

Source: Government of Nova Scotia - Department of Seniors

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Making Connections Building Networks to Prevent Abuse of Older Adults

The Building Networks and Leading the Way are two efforts by the Northwest Territories Seniors' Society to prevent the abuse of older adults. The objectives of this project are:

  • To identify recent/current elder abuse awareness, intervention, prevention practices in the various regions of the Northwest Territories;
  • To facilitate the establishment of information networks and share information on best/promising practice to address all aspects of elder abuse in the various regions of the Northwest Territories;
  • To develop support networks for those involved in addressing elder abuse in the various regions of the Northwest Territories.

    This research document was carried out by Lutra Associates Ltd, who were contracted by the Society to carry out this work.

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i2i"During February-June 2010, over 100 teenagers and young adults from British Columbia to Newfoundland, Canada, and classes from three colleges in India, participated in a pilot project to develop awareness of ageism and other Elder Abuse issues." For more information and to download the kits in English or French, please see the link below. 

Source: i2i Intergenerational Society

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i2i 4"This Intergenerational Community Toolkit gives background and assistance in planning, implementing and sustaining engaging intergenerational activities in community, health care, and school.

The BC Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport selected the Meadows School Intergenerational Immersion Project™ to be showcased in its Case Studies of Community Actions in Active Aging report in 2008. Subsequently, Sharon MacKenzie, founding educator of the Meadows School Project™ and long time advocate of intergenerational community-connected learning, was asked to author a toolkit for educators and service providers for use in promoting age-friendly communities through a wide variety of intergenerational connections. The final collaborative toolkit (BC Ministry of Health, BC Care Providers Assoc.) was launched May 2009."

Source: i2i Intergenerational Society

 

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