INR-NFF is a one-day workshop (with the flexibility of a variety of session length options, tailored to meet the needs of your group) designed to educate and engage bystanders everywhere. The emphasis in the workshops is on teaching neighbours, friends and family members of seniors who may be experiencing abuse to recognize the warning signs and then to take small practical steps to help that are safe and respectful. Scenarios taken from life, with a range of possible responses, are included in the workshop to support the learning objectives.
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 email@example.com to let us know.
Mountain View County and Kneehill County
Sundre Elder Abuse Prevention Coordinator
Greenwood Neighbourhood Place
Hinton and Area
Regional Elder Abuse Prevention Coordinator
(RMH Project Community Animator)
Red Deer Area
Executive Director, Hope Resource Centre
Family Violence Advocacy and Support
Intervention, Prevention and Education
Pam Burns, BSW, RSW
St. Aidan’s Society, Seniors Advocate/Outreach Supervisor
b: 780-743-4370, ext 2
Athabasca, Barrhead and Westlock
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 firstname.lastname@example.org with your details.