Dealing With High Risk Elder Abuse Cases: Strategies, Tools and Managing Your Due Diligence

Breakout Session
1:15 PM, Tuesday 1 May 2018 (1 hour 10 minutes)
Nutrition Break and Exhibits   02:25 PM to 02:55 PM (30 minutes)
Enoch C/D
The Seniors Protection Partnership has responded to elder abuse in the City of Edmonton for the past 20 years, through methods of intervention and prevention. This session will focus on the intervention side of our Team. We will be presenting case example(s). The case example(s) will be very complex in terms of needs of the seniors and the presenting issues from other family members.

The case(s) will show all of the complicating factors that make them challenging to coordinate an effective response and move towards some type of resolution for the senior.

The case(s) will demonstrate how the best laid plans can lead to varying degrees of success in the context of your desired outcomes.

This presentation will also inform you of what is important to do to ensure you have done your due diligence in reducing risk to the senior,( including the use of safety plans, screening and assessment tools and utilizing all the resources available to you and the senior.)

The presentation will be intriguing to the attendee with respect to the case example(s) and their levels and layers of complexity. It will have very practical information to adapt to your current working situation. 

Edmonton Seniors Protection Partnership
Registered Social Worker
Police Officer
Registered Nurse

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