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Eva Chan

Eva Chan

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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 awareness and supporting a community response to elder abuse. The Council, with members from the different areas of the province, offers the opportunity to work together in a coordinated and impactful way. Collectively, we can make a difference!

A Bit About Me: I have worked in the area of elder abuse since 2006. I started as the coordinator of the Action Group on Elder Abuse that facilitated the development of the community response model in Calgary. I also worked extensively with organizations and older adults in elder abuse awareness and was the Community Developer on the Elder Abuse Response Team. Currently, I am an Age-Friendly Coordinator with the City of Calgary and a member of the provincial Elder Abuse Coordinated Community Response Grant Coordinator Network.

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