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If you or someone you know is at immediate risk or harm call 911
For 24 hour support and referral, call Family Violence Info Line 310-1818

If you or someone you know is at immediate risk or harm call 911
For 24 hour support and referral, call Family Violence Info Line 310-1818

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It's Not Right: Neighbours Friends and Families for Older Adults (INR-NFF)

Its Not Right

It’s Not Right – Neighbours Friends and Families for Older Adults is designed to educate and engage bystanders everywhere. The original It's Not Right project originated in Ontario and included a national training for elder abuse leaders and experts so that they were prepared to hold presentations in their own regions and communities.

Across Alberta, there are Community Presenters offering 1 – 2 hour presentations with an emphasis on teaching neighbours, friends and family members of seniors who may be experiencing abuse to recognize the warning signs and become aware of steps to help. Scenarios taken from life, with a range of possible responses, are included in the presentation to support the learning objectives.

The Train the Trainer workshop is an opportunity to develop Trainers across our Province to train new presenters for INR-NFF.

It’s Not Right Trainers

Its Not Right

If you are interested in a Train the Trainer in your area, please contact one of the Trainers below.

Mountain View County and Kneehill County
Shoshannah Brechtel
Sundre Elder Abuse Prevention Coordinator
Greenwood Neighbourhood Place
Phone: 403-638-1011
Email: shoshannah@mygnp.org

Hinton and Area
Charlene Sitar
Regional Elder Abuse Prevention Coordinator
(RMH Project Community Animator)
Phone: 780-223-8009
Email: csitar@hinton.ca

Red Deer Area
Sheryl Krill
Phone: 403-352-4102
Email: sh.krill@gmail.com

Athabasca, Barrhead and Westlock
Irene Fitzsimmons
Phone: 780-689-8560
Email: irene.fitzsimmons@hfalberta.com

Edmonton
Pat Power
Email: ageofpower3@gmail.com

For more information on INR: NFF, visit their official website at: http://itsnotright.ca/

If you are a Trainer for INR: NFF in Alberta and would like your contact information added to this list, please contact info@albertaelderabuse.ca with your details.

It’s Not Right Presenters

Its Not Right

If you are interested in holding a workshop in your area, please contact one of the presenters listed below. If there is not a presenter listed in your area, please email info@albertaelderabuse.ca to let us know.

Mountain View County and Kneehill County
Shoshannah Brechtel
Sundre Elder Abuse Prevention Coordinator
Greenwood Neighbourhood Place
Phone: 403-638-1011
Email: shoshannah@mygnp.org

Hinton and Area
Charlene Sitar
Regional Elder Abuse Prevention Coordinator
(RMH Project Community Animator)
Phone: 780-223-8009
Email: csitar@hinton.ca

Red Deer Area
Sheryl Krill
Phone: 403-352-4102
Email: sh.krill@gmail.com

Sylvia Yoder,
Executive Director, Hope Resource Centre
Family Violence Advocacy and Support
Intervention, Prevention and Education
Office: 780-349-6111
Cell: 780-305-4802
www.hoperesourcecentre.net

Fort McMurray
Pam Burns, BSW, RSW
St. Aidan’s Society, Seniors Advocate/Outreach Supervisor
b: 780-743-4370, ext 2
c: 780-215-8028
email: pamb@staidanssociety.ca

Athabasca, Barrhead and Westlock
Irene Fitzsimmons
Phone: 780-689-8560
Email: irene.fitzsimmons@hfalberta.com

Medicine Hat & Area
Colleen Lewis
Medicine Hat & Area Elder Abuse Prevention Coalition
Co-Chair
Canadian Mental Health Association Alberta SE Region
Medicine Hat, Alberta
Phone: 403.504.1811 ext.110
Email: clewis@cmha-aser.ca

Edmonton
Pat Power
Email: ageofpower3@gmail.com

For more information on INR: NFF, visit their official website at: http://itsnotright.ca/

If you are a Presenter for INR: NFF in Alberta and would like your contact information added to this list, please contact info@albertaelderabuse.ca with your details.

Alberta Seniors and Housing

Thank you to Alberta Seniors and Housing for their ongoing support as a Funder and Partner

Our Values

Our belief is that no one organization has a broad enough scope to address the complex issue of elder abuse in its entirety. A truly effective community response involves many stakeholders working in collaboration.

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