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Working in partnership with a Management team of a UPEI Faculty Member, the Seniors Policy Advisor and the Family Violence Prevention & Community Development Coordinator from Community Services, Seniors and Labour, an eleven member Advisory Committee, and linkages with seniors and their groups, this project will create a new provincial network to transfer knowledge, share resources, facilitate collaborate work, and raise awareness of the abuse of older adults on PEI. The project will also increase the communities’ capacity to identify and address abuse issues with the creation of an asset map and gap analysis and a senior’s focused Seniors-to-Seniors Awareness Program.

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Olive Bryanton


The University of Prince Edward
550 University Avenue
C1A 4P3


(902) 368-9008 / (90


(902) 368-9006

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