Elder Law Resources
Elder Abuse and Neglect: What Volunteers Need to KnowÂ (Resources Handout)
Les mauvais traitements envers les aĂ®nĂ©s : Ce que tout bĂ©nĂ©voles doit savoirÂ (Document Resources)
Elder Abuse and Neglect: What Volunteers Need to KnowÂ is an introductory elder abuse workshop.Â This workshop has been created for volunteers who work with older people and Boards of Directors of organizations that serve aging clients. For more, check out the project page.
Be a Savvy Senior is a series of educational tools to help seniors protect themselves against fraud. The tools identify some of the most common scams con artists use these days to target seniors. The focus of the tools is to empower seniors to help protect themselves by identifying basic strategies people can use to respond to suspected fraud. The tools include:
BC CEAS retained the services of the CCEL to create thisÂ publication to provideÂ professionals who work with older adults with aÂ general overview in relation to financial abuse of older adults as well as financial literacy and financial planning for older adults.Â This publication is also intended to serve as a tool for in-house teaching of staff and volunteers. For more, check out the project page.
The purpose of the Counterpoint Project is to help health care and social service providers negotiate the various legal and ethical challenges in elder abuse prevention and response. Â The resources produced as part of the Counterpoint Project includes a plain language discussion paper, guidelines for a continuum of health care providers, print tools and videos.
This Guide contains an overview of elder abuse and neglect law in Canada.Â Each province and territory has a unique set of laws that apply to elder abuse and this tool summarizes those laws, identifies obligations to respond to abuse, neglect and risk and provides other information for organizations who work with older adults on a firsthand basis.
This project provides a set of recommended practices for will drafters to follow to ensure that the wills they prepare represent the genuine independent wishes of their clients and are insulated against challenge on the basis of undue influence.