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Are you or someone you know concerned about elder abuse?

CLEO's new Guided Pathway for responding to elder abuse helps you understand, prevent, and respond to elder abuse.

 
PHOTO: CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario / Γ‰ducation juridique communautaire Ontario)
 
 
Are you or someone you know concerned about elder abuse?
CLEO’s new Guided Pathway for responding to elder abuse helps you understand, prevent, and respond to elder abuse.
You can use this pathway to learn more about:
πŸ“‘ Different types of elder abuse (mental, physical, sexual, financial, neglect)
πŸ“‘ Warning signs that abuse may be happening
πŸ“‘ Steps and strategies to help you prevent abuse
πŸ“‘ Community supports to help you respond to elder abuse
You can also develop:

πŸ“ƒ A safety plan to help you or an older adult stay safe at home, at work, in public, or online

πŸ“‘ A personalized checklist of important information and next steps

All CLEO’s Guided Pathways are free to use.
The Guided Pathway for responding to elder abuse was developed with funding from the
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The CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario / Γ‰ducation juridique communautaire Ontario) – is Ontario’s online home for training, tools, and connections to help you help your clients. Since 1974, CLEO has developed clear, accurate, and practical legal rights education and information to help people understand and exercise their legal rights.

 
 
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