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Date updated: June 14, 2018

BECOME A MEMBER OF SENIORSNL’S NETWORK TO ADDRESS ELDER ABUSE IN OUR PROVINCE

There is a network of individuals, community and government partners, working together to prevent elder abuse in Newfoundland and Labrador.

NL NETWORK FOR THE PREVENTION OF ELDER ABUSE

is an integral part of SeniorsNL’s efforts to create awareness and take action on elder abuse.

Join Us

To become a member of the NL Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse and to receive emails on our listserve, please send your name and email to: eanetwork@seniorsnl.ca

ELDER ABUSE

Elder Abuse can be an act (abuse) or a failure to act (neglect) that harms an older person.

TYPES OF ELDER ABUSE ARE:

Emotional, Verbal, Psychological, Cultural, Spiritual/Religious,Financial, Physical, Sexual, Neglect

OUR VISION:

is that older persons will live in safe, caring communities where there is zero tolerance of abuse.

 

For WEAAD in NL Select the Link immediately below:

world elder abuse awareness day events in nl

 

 

We do apologise, our NLNPEA webpages are under construction.

We are relocating materials from www.nlnpea to the SeniorsNL website.

Newfoundland and Labrador Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (NLNPEA) is dedicated to bringing together resources and information on elder abuse, what it is and how to get help and support.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) works to help improve the digital literacy of Canadians. For seniors, they raise awareness of privacy issues and rights, and provide guidance and information to help older adults reduce privacy risks. On this page, you will find:
  • Tips to help protect your privacy online
  • Protecting personal information on your mobile devices
  • 10 Tips for Protecting Personal Information
  • Identity Theft and You
  • Top 10 tips to protect your inbox, computer and mobile device
  • Privacy presentation package Find slides and speaking notes for presenting to seniors about online privacy and protecting personal information.
This page provides a link to OPC's individuals page where you will find a full range of privacy information and advice on a wide range of topics.
Taxpayers should be very careful when they receive a fraudulent communication that claims to be from the CRA. These con artists request the taxpayer's personal information such as a social insurance number, credit card number, bank account number, or passport number. This resource from CRA provides examples of fraudulent communications through phone, online, mail, e-mail, text message. This resource also provides guidelines to the taxpayers to help identify communications not from the CRA .  
Newfoundland and Labrador Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (NLNPEA) is dedicated to bringing together resources and information on elder abuse, what it is and how to get help and support.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) works to help improve the digital literacy of Canadians. For seniors, they raise awareness of privacy issues and rights, and provide guidance and information to help older adults reduce privacy risks. On this page, you will find:
  • Tips to help protect your privacy online
  • Protecting personal information on your mobile devices
  • 10 Tips for Protecting Personal Information
  • Identity Theft and You
  • Top 10 tips to protect your inbox, computer and mobile device
  • Privacy presentation package Find slides and speaking notes for presenting to seniors about online privacy and protecting personal information.
This page provides a link to OPC's individuals page where you will find a full range of privacy information and advice on a wide range of topics.
Taxpayers should be very careful when they receive a fraudulent communication that claims to be from the CRA. These con artists request the taxpayer's personal information such as a social insurance number, credit card number, bank account number, or passport number. This resource from CRA provides examples of fraudulent communications through phone, online, mail, e-mail, text message. This resource also provides guidelines to the taxpayers to help identify communications not from the CRA .  

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