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''On June 7, 2018,  NCALL and the Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP) hosted a 90-minute webinar in recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.

This webinar featured a 50-minute international conversation between Bonnie Brandl (United States), Dr. Jane Mears (Australia), Bridget Penhale (United Kingdom), and Laura Tamblyn Watts (Canada), as well as a discussion of new work, resources, and funding opportunities. Use the links below to access the full 90-minute webinar recording and its resource materials. You can also view the 50-minute international conversation alone by choosing the corresponding link below.

  • Webinar Recording (90 minutes)
  • International Conversation (50 minutes)
  • PowerPoint Slides PDF
  • Presenters' Bios
  • Resource List

  • Source: NCALL

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    Date & Time:  
    Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 2:00PM ET

    Speakers: 
    Krista James
    , National Director of the Canadian Centre for Elder Law
    Valerie Le Blanc
    , Staff Lawyer, British Columbia Law Institute

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    Description: In recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, The Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL) will provide a snapshot of laws across the country relevant to elder abuse. CCEL will address ethical issues relevant to responding to abuse, and help webinar participants identify key resources to support older adults.

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    When:
    Monday, July 9th, 2018
    11:00 AM to 12:30 PM EST
     
    Fee: $15

    Register to save your space today!

    Learning Objectives:

    • Understand the role of the OPGT
    • Learn about the Guardianship Investigation Unit
    • Obtain information on the process of reporting elder abuse 

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    Monday April 16th, 2017 
    11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (ET)

    Hosted by Elder Abuse Ontario

    Presenters
    Laura Tamblyn Watts,

    LLB Senior Fellow, Canadian Centre for Elder Law, BC Law Institute
    Marian Passmore
    Director of Policy and COO - FAIR Canada 

    Registration: $15
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    "Elder investors - vulnerable investors- persons with fluctuating or diminished mental capacity and adults are subject to undue influence or financial exploitation. 

    Financial Advisors and the investment industry are key players in the detecting and reporting of elder financial abuse, and other forms of undue influence or abuse. But as the law stands, these financial planners and investment advisors cannot reach out about their concerns without breaching privacy law.   

    This webinar will raise awareness of these concerns, and provide recommendations the investment industry can take to create positive steps to address these issues.The speakers will highlight their recommendations on training, standardized conduct protocols, reporting, privacy, liability protection, and awareness raising.

    Join this dynamic and interactive webinar, as part of Vulnerable Investor and Safe Harbour Project between FAIR Canada and the Canadian Centre for Elder Law."

     

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    agewell logo''Let’s start a conversation about technology and aging''

    This is a public webinar series. Older adults, caregivers, members of the public, researchers, trainees and professionals in the aging and technology space are all welcome to attend. Organized by AGE-WELL, Canada’s Technology and Aging Network.

    Consent & Capacity Part I
    Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 2:00PM ET
    Register here

    Consent & Capacity Part II
    TBD

    Speaker: Krista James, National Director, Canadian Centre for Elder Law 

    The Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL) will provide education and expert help on understanding and navigating the Canadian legal system, including legal issues raised by startups and commercialization. It will also address legal and ethical issues of critical importance when working with older adults, such as informed consent and substitute decision-making.  
    Find out about other AGE-WELL webinars here: http://agewell-nce.ca/age-well-webinar-series

     

     

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