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.

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, March 20, 2018 -10:30 a.m

How to Be an Ally in Your Community

Presented by BC CRN Board Member Ajit Mehat - Bio
Canada prides itself as being a diverse and incusive country.  Yet divisions & exclusions persist and we have not managed to solve problems such as racism, colonialism, sexism, ableism and homophobia.  This workshoop aims to help you understand what you can do to make a big difference in your community and how to become part of the solution.

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