October 2, 2017
9:30 am to 11:30 am
80 Waterloo Ave
The Guelph-Wellington Gatekeeper Project educates local community members to be change-makers by helping to identify vulnerable and at-risk older adults.
The Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington and local partners, with funding from the Government of Ontario, are presenting a two-hour training workshop for community members and service providers.
Come to this workshop and you will learn how to identify at-risk and vulnerable older adults, including how to activate the local Gatekeeper Pathway. We will cover topics of risk, including forms of elder abuse.
You will receive materials and a toolkit to help you connect at-risk older adults and vulnerable seniors to service providers. Please register here.
Who should attend:
Everyone who cares about at-risk and vulnerable older adults, seniors, and community wellbeing. This could include community members, service providers, volunteers, hair-dressers, janitors, bank tellers, postal workers, EMS workers, neighbors, etc.
We are delivering training workshops in the Guelph-Wellington region between October 2017 to March 2018. For more information on other venues, dates, and times visit: http://gwgatekeeperproject.eventbrite.com
Manon Germain, GW Gatekeeper Project Facilitator at the Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington. She has over 15 years’ experience in project management and community engagement in the not-for-profit, public and private sectors.
Please get in touch with Manon Germain, Project Facilitator, at 226-820-0835 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org and for more information www.gwgatekeeperproject.ca
Cancellation or Transferability: Registration is FREE and includes snacks / drinks. Seats are limited, therefore if things change and you need to cancel, please let us know. Registration can be transferred to another member of your organization if you are unable to attend.