Strategies For Addressing Elder Abuse

For Oxford County Service Providers


Thursday February 9, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST
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Goff Hall, Woodstock Community Complex
381 Finkle Street
Woodstock, ON N4V 1A3

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 Registration Fee: Complimentary

Contact :

Sheila Schuehlein


 Stacey Henderson - MSc OT, B Ed, B Kin  Occupational Therapist  

Building on strategies for occupational therapists to address elder abuse/mistreatment, the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Workbook, offers a curriculum for inter-professional health care providers to learn about indicators of elder abuse, prevention, assessment and intervention protocols, relevant legislation and available resources.

This training workshop will provide participants with new, practical tools and skills to increase the awareness and prevention of elder abuse though interactive case study application.

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  This event will also be available via Live Stream. If  
   you are interested in participating, please complete
   the registration form and indicate if you would
   prefer this option.  

Light refreshments  | Information booths | Networking

Speaker Background 

Stacey Henderson is an occupational therapist who works for Hamilton Health Sciences on the Integrated Stroke Unit. She's had experience working in acute medicine, orthopedics and community care. She also works as a Problem Based Tutor for the MSc Occupational Therapy program at McMaster University. Prior to her life s an OT, she earned her Bacelor of Education and spent a year teaching English in Shikoku, Japan.

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Hosted in partnership with Elder Abuse Ontario - Regional Elder Abuse Conference, Western Ontario

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