Overview Handbook: Road to Safety: Legal Information for Older Women in BC Wallet sized cards available in 12 languages. This project was a collaboration of CCEL and West Coast LEAF (WCL). The project addressed a serious gap in existing public legal education resources: information tailored to older women fleeing abuse. Currently, Read more…
Law and social policy reform often moves forward in a way that ignores gender. This is true of the experiences of older women, which remain remarkably invisible from aging policy analysis. This project is a collaboration with West Coast LEAF. The Older Women’s Dialogue Project explores: What are the pressing Read more…
The Canadian Centre for Elder Law is working with Runnymede Dental Centre in Toronto to develep materials and training focused on preventing abuse and neglect of older people, and supporting older adults to develop advance care plans around dental care and oral health.
The DEAR project has three fundamental goals:
The Canadian Centre for Elder Law has received funding from the Government of Canada, Human Resources and Social Development Canada, to create a series of educational tools to help seniors protect themselves from fraud. This series of tools will include: