Prevention of Elder Abuse - Webinar for Managers Link to external URL.

October 30, 2019  1pm-2pm

The strategy provides the overall context for how the government works with other governments, the private and non-profit sectors, communities, families and individuals to meet the needs of seniors in effective and sustainable ways to address elder abuse.  The Strategy is structured around four goals: improved awareness, skilled services providers, coordinated community response and protective laws and legislation. 

Our speakers from Alberta Seniors & Housing and Alberta Health will present a webinar for managers. The presentation will answer these questions:

What is the difference between elder abuse and abuse in publicly funded housing?  What does it look like?
What is your role in addressing abuse concerns?
What are the steps you can take?
Who can help – what are the community resources and supports?

Register now!

Introduction to CARF Aging Services Accreditation - Complimentary Webinar Link to external URL.

Introduction to CARF Aging Services Accreditation - Complimentary Webinar

November 13th, 2019
12 p.m. - 1 pm
CARF, a well-established, non-profit accreditor of health and human services, invites you to attend this introductory webinar presentation to learn about our accreditation process. Attending will familiarize you with CARF, the benefits of CARF accreditation, and the survey process for organizations of all sizes. The webinar includes an overview of: An Introduction to CARF Aging Services Accreditation. 
-Our field-driven, international consensus standards. * 
-The format of applicable standards for different aging services programs. **
-Fees and timeline for accreditation.
-What to expect during the consultative accreditation process.
-Specific value and outcomes of CARF accreditation.

When: June 6th, 2019 from 11am-12noon (Mountain time)

Presenter: Jed Johnson, Managing Director of Aging Services, CARF International & Jill Allison, Accreditation Advisor, CARF Canada

To register, email or call (888) 281-6531, ex. 3013.

Respectful Workplaces Webinar Link to external URL.


November 13, 2019 – 3:00 – 4:00pm (MST)

Everyone wants to work in an environment where people feel safe, healthy and valued – a respectful workplace. Building a respectful workplace starts with building healthy working relationships  one conversation, one interaction at a time.

The CLPNA is excited to partner with Veronica De Freitas and Tara Foster from Alberta Health Services to present this informative webinar.

In this webinar, participants will learn to:

  • Recognize behaviors that contribute to a respectful workplace
  • Explore strategies to develop and maintain a respectful workplace
  • Access resources to increase self-awareness and understanding

Includes a LIVE Q&A.

This webinar is FREE! There is no registration fee to attend.