A Decision Tree for Effective Referrals
for adults in BC who may be vulnerable
and/or incapable.
Find more here on using the 
Decision Tree to assist an adult who
is abused, neglected or self-neglecting.

Map of First Nations in BC

from display at Elder's Gathering

Intergenerational Community Guide

Activities, Resources and Workshop slides to show how Intergenerational Practice creates the potential for all-age individuals to collectively demonstrate that it's not right to mistreat any age group.
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Spread the Word Guide

A guide for coordinating consistent messaging across the CRNs in BC during major events on adult abuse and neglect.
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This program is for any individual, agency, or community service provider who has regular, ongoing contact with adults as part of their daily routine.  Learn how to spot the signs of abuse and neglect, and how to refer the individual to help.  Book your free presentation or workshop now!

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The Community Response Network Tool Kit (Revised 2016) 

This Tool Kit and Companion Slides cover all aspects of developing and maintaining successful Community Response Networks.  August, 2016

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Tuesday, November 19, 2019
10:30 a.m - 12 Noon

"Travelling Wills Project" 
Presented by Kevin Smith, lawyer & consultant, Seniors First BC 

This exciting new initiative will help low income adults outside the Lower Mainland, access free personal planning documents (eg. last will, enduring powers of attorney and representation agreement). 
Participants will learn:
1. More about the Travelling Wills Project
2. Different ways planning ocuments can be completed.
3. How your feedback can be incorporated into the project.

Kevin Smith, for the last 9 years, has practiced law here in BC.  His elder law work with Seniors First BC focused on elder abuse matters, including financial abuse and financial exploitation, capacity issues, issues in seniors housing and residential care and pension appeals.

Presentation Materials - access link here
For questions during call: email

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