Working with the Indigenous Elders:
Promising Approaches to Addressing Elder Abuse


Monday, May 28, 2018 from 8:45 AM to 4:30 PM EDT

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$50 Per person

Cancellation policy: Please note there is a non-refundable $10 deductible for processed payments. There will be no refunds 72 hours prior to the event. Please provide 24 hours notice of a substitute attendee.


The Gathering Place by the Grand
2593 Chiefswood Rd
Ohsweken, ON N0A1M0

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Rochella Vassell
Elder Abuse Ontario
416-916-6728 Ext 225

Join Elder Abuse Ontario, The City of Brantford and
Six Nations of the Grand River!

The Grand Hall at The Gathering!
Time: 08:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Learn about trauma informed and respectful approaches highlighting key successes, challenges and opportunities for adaptation in other communities.


Michael Etherington

Moving Beyond Rhetoric and Building Meaningful Relationships

Amber Skye, MPH

Trauma Informed Approaches

Office Coordinaror, Ogwanohgwatrae Tseh Niyogwaihode

Six Nations Health Services

DeAnna Renn & Rochella Vassell

It's Not Right, Neighbours, Friends and Families

DeAnna Renn, Public Health Nurse, Brant County Health Unit

Rochella Vassell, Regional Consultant, Elder Abuse Ontario

Aja Peterson

The Brantford Elder Abuse Strategy

Project Manager, Safe Brantford

Health and Human Services Department

Corporation of the City of Brantford


Lacey VanEvery

Facilitated Round Table

Community Health Nurse, Department of Indigenous Services Canada, Gane Yohs Community Health Centre, Ohsweken Public Health

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