alberta elder abuse

If you or someone you know is at immediate risk or harm call 911
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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

Council Directors

  • Shantel Ottenbreit

    Shantel Ottenbreit

    Chair


    Current Role on AEAAC: Chair Subcommittee(s): Personnel Committee, Membership Committee, Website Committee, and Marketing & Promotions Committee Tenure on AEAAC: 6 years Education: Bachelor of Social Work, Registered Social Worker Proudest Moment on the Council: Becoming a registered ...

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  • Pat Power

    Pat Power

    Vice-Chair


    Current Role on AEAAC: Vice-Chair Subcommittee(s): Conference steering committee, Personnel Committee Tenure on AEAAC: 9 years (joined November, 2008) Education: Diploma in Social Work, Certificate in Gerontology, Registered Social Worker Proudest Moment(s) on the Council: Being part of ...

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  • Monica Morrison

    Monica Morrison

    Treasurer


    Current Role on AEAAC: Treasurer Former Role(s) on AEAAC: Director Subcommittee(s): conference steering committee, policy Tenure on AEAAC: September 2012 – present Education: Diploma Activation/Gerontology Honours Proudest Moment on the Council: Recognition by Government of Alberta of the ...

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  • Caroline Smigielskii

    Secretary


    Current Role on AEAAC: Secretary Subcommittee(s): World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Tenure on AEAAC: 3 years Education: General Studies; Counseling Women Certificate Program Proudest Moment on the Council: Becoming a registered society Why Did I Join? I was the Elder Abuse Response Coordinator ...

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  • Steve Andrejiw

    Steve Andrejiw

    Director


    Current Role on AEAAC: Director Former Role(s) on AEAAC: Vice Chair, Chair Subcommittee(s): Hiring committee, website committee, conference steering committee Tenure on AEAAC: June 2008 – present (9+ years) Education: Bachelor of General Studies, Applied Leadership, Registered Social ...

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  • Eva Chan

    Eva Chan

    Director


    Current Role on AEAAC: Director Subcommittee(s): Marketing and Promotions Tenure on AEAAC: 3 years Education: Master of Social Work, Registered Social Worker Proudest Moment on the Council: Becoming a registered society Why Did I Join? I believe in the mission of the Council in increasing ...

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  • Joanne Blinco

    Joanne Blinco

    Director


    Current Role on AEAAC: Director Tenure on AEAAC: new to the board effective November 2017 Education: Bachelor of Social Work, Registered Social Worker Proudest Moment on the Council: being voted in to be on the council Why Did I Join? I have a keen interest in assisting those who are addressing ...

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  • Sherry Dennis

    Sherry Dennis

    Director


    Current Role on AEAAC: Director Tenure on AEAAC: Member of the Committee since 2012 (With 1-year leave) returned January 2018. Why did I Join? I Joined the council (formally the network) to have the opportunity to represent Grande Prairie and Area on the topic of Elder Abuse. As the Director of ...

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  • Liz Murphy

    Ex-Officio member


    Current Role on AEAAC: Ex-Officio member Tenure on AEAAC: July 2017-present Education: Bachelor of Arts Why Did I Join? I joined the Council as the Alberta Justice and Solicitor General (JSG) Victims Services representation. My role is to foster and maintain collaboration and communication ...

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  • Melissa Kondro


    Melissa Kondro is the Elder Abuse Response Coordinator at Stop Abuse in Families (SAIF) Society, in St. Albert. Melissa holds a Diploma in Human Services, and Social Work, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Service Administration. Melissa lives with her husband, 2 daughters and a new puppy. ...

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  • Doray Veno

    Doray Veno


    Doray’s beliefs, values, and philosophies are strong, real, and community driven. She is passionate for lifelong learning, building capacity within groups and individuals and community development in rural Alberta. As Executive Director of the Hanna Learning Centre, she brings an enthusiasm and ...

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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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