- Adults living with Seniors: Tenants or not Tenants
- Elder Abuse (webinar)
- The Duty (or Not) to Report: Options in Elder Abuse Response - Webcast | Powerpoint - Part 1 & Part 2
- Failing to Provide the Necessaries of Life to Older Adults is a Crime
- Prevention of Abuse and Neglect in Long-Term Care
- Restitution as a Remedy for Financial Abuse
- Abuse Education, Prevention and Response: A Community Training Manual for those who want to address the Issue of the Abuse of Older Adults in their Community by Joanne Preston and Judith Wahl, 3rd ed., (ACE: December 2002).
For ease of downloading, the Training Manual is available below in six sections.
- Section One - Definitions, Statistics and Assisting
- Section Two - Gathering People Together to Address Abuse
- Section Three - Community Worksheets & Questionnaires
- Section Four - Advocacy Centre for the Elderly Materials
- Section Five - Evaluation Form, Abuse Education, Prevention and Response
- Section Six - Resources
In co-operation with the community legal clinics in Ontario, Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) produces many helpful publications on a wide range of legal topics. Elder Abuse: The Hidden Crime, written by ACE and produced by CLEO, is of interest to those wanting information about elder abuse. It is also available in French - Maltraiter une personne agee.
Although it does not talk specifically about elder abuse, CLEO has written a handbook for woman experiencing abuse or assault by a partner called Do You Know a Woman who is being Abused?.
These publications may be printed from the CLEO website. Multiple copies of this publication may also be ordered from CLEO free of charge from the CLEO website or by phoning (416) 408-4420.
Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee
The Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee has produced a brochure called The Role of the OPGT in Guardianship Investigations. You can order free copies of this brochure by phoning (416) 314-2800.
National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE)
NICE is an international network of researchers, practitioners and students dedicated to improving the care of older adults, both in Canada and abroad. Community organizations and police services in Hamilton, Ottawa and Toronto developed the Elder Abuse Assessment and Intervention Reference Guide for use by police in intervening in situations involving elder abuse.