“It’s Not Right” – Changing the Conversation to
Stop Abuse of Older Adults
 Become A Champion for Social Change

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Central Region Ontario Provincial Police
Orillia, Ontario

10:00 AM to 2:00 PM


1 Hurtubise Drive
Orillia, ON L0K 2G0

Driving Directions 

For more information please contact:

Heather Hay
Elder Abuse Prevention Muskoka
(705) 646-7677

Raeann Rideout     
Elder Abuse Ontario
705-876-1122 ext 327

Help your community become a great place to grow up in and to grow old in by educating the community about the It’s Not Right! Campaign to change the conversation to stop abuse of older adults.

Who should attend: Professionals, advocates or citizens who are passionate about orwork in the area of older adults’ safety and/or elder abuse education. 

What being an INR champion requires: Idealy participants should have experience with public speaking and be adept at delivering presentations in the community. Being prepared to Take Action, by committing to a minimum of 3 INR-NFF presentations by March 2018 and engaging within YOUR community to help with elder abuse prevention and intervention.

At the one-day training workshop you will: 

  • Learn about It’s Not Right! Neighbours, Friends and Families for Older Adults (INR-NFF) – educational engagement tool.
  • Meet passionate advocates and professionals championing the INR Campaign
  • Set goals and develop a Coordinated Regional Plan to engage the community.
  • Take-away the wealth of INR-NFF tools and materials to support delivery of community presentations.
  • Each participant will commit to delivering a minimum of 3 INR-NFF presentations by
    March 31, 2018 thereby supporting 
    the roll-out of our plan.

Register today! Spaces are limited. Registration is FREE.


Register Now!

Mileage subsidy available, please inquire with organizers.


Margaret MacPherson, MA
Margaret has worked with CREVAWC as a consultant on a variety of social change initiatives including the development of the Make it Our Business domestic violence workplace training program; the adaptation of the Neighbours, Friends and Families (NFF) woman abuse campaign for a public education campaign about the abuse of older adults.

Raeann Rideout, Central East Regional Consultant, Elder Abuse Ontario

  In collaboration with Elder Abuse Prevention Muskoka, Elder Abuse Ontario and Western University we invite you to be part of a provincial initiative to engage our citizens in challenging social norms and encouraging bystander interventions in support of at-risk seniors.