September 30, NLNPEA public meeting in Trepassey

Free public session… 

Elder Abuse: How to Recognize It and Where to Go for Help

A presentation of the NL Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse in partnership with the Trepassey 50+ Friendship Club


It is estimated that 8,000 seniors in our province are experiencing some form of

elder abuse. Learn how seniors are being affected and join in the conversation about

how we can work together to support them and stop elder abuse.

This presentation will be of interest to seniors and their family members, service providers, and community workers.


When:       September 30, 2014 from 2:00 to 4:00pm (island time)


Where:      Father Mullowney Social Centre, Trepassey (or by teleconference/webinar*)


Guest presenter: Lorraine Best is a Peer Support Volunteer with the Seniors

Resource Centre NL. Lorraine brings a unique and moving perspective to her elder abuse

presentations, having answered calls about elder abuse from seniors and their family

members on the Seniors Resource Centre NL’s Information Line.

Plus learn more about the NL Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse and

other initiatives to end elder abuse.


This is a FREE event. All are welcome. Refreshments will be served.

For more information call Josephine Waddleton in Trepassey at 438-2273

or the Seniors Resource Centre NL at 1-800-563-5599.


*Can’t join us in person?

Our meetings are also accessible through teleconference and webinar.

To join the audio portion of the meeting on September 30,
simply dial: 1-866-613-5223

and enter conference code 7360114 when prompted.

To see the presenters' slides, register for the webinar by visiting:





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