Summary

With funding from the Government of Ontario, we collaborated with Elder Abuse Ontario to develop five online learning modules focused on violence against older women.

  • Publications
  • KT Tools
  • Acknowledgements

Knowledge Translation Tools

  • Saad, M., Kosa, S.D., Rideout, R., Macdonald, S., Etkin, M., & Du Mont, J. (2018, October). Strategies to address violence against older women [Infocard]. Women’s College Research Institute, Elder Abuse Ontario, and the Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres. Target audiences: researchers, trainees, health and social service providers, government decision-makers, and the public.

  • Kosa, S.D., Rideout, R. (Presenters), Etkin, M., Macdonald, S., & Du Mont, J. (2018, September 18). Violence against older women video learning modules project [Webinar]. Women’s College Research Institute and Elder Abuse Ontario. Target audiences: health and social service providers and policy makers.

  • Hope, N., & Du Mont, J.(2018, June). Building partnerships across the violence against women and elder abuse sectors [Video Learning Module]. Women’s College Research Institute, Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres, & Elder Abuse Ontario.

  • Hope, N., & Du Mont, J. (2018, June). Competing frameworks of elder abuse and violence against women [Video Learning Module]. Women’s College Research Institute, Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres, & Elder Abuse Ontario. Target audiences: healthcare and social service providers, policy makers, and the public.
  • Hope, N., & Du Mont, J. (2018, May). Public awareness and community mobilization to address domestic violence in older women [Video Learning Module]. Women’s College Research Institute, Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres, & Elder Abuse Ontario. Target audiences: healthcare and social service providers, policy makers, and the public.

     

  • Hope, N., & Du Mont, J. (2018, May). Promising practices for responding to older women who have experienced violence [Video Learning Module]. Women’s College Research Institute, Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres, & Elder Abuse Ontario. Target audiences: healthcare and social service providers, policy makers, and the public.

     

  • Hope, N., & Du Mont, J. (2018, May). Activism and advocacy for bringing about change for abused older women [Video Learning Module]. Women’s College Research Institute, Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres, & Elder Abuse Ontario. Target audiences: healthcare and social service providers, policy makers, and the public.

Funder

This project was funded by Ministry of Seniors’ Affairs, Government of Ontario.

Research Team

  • Principal Investigator: Janice Du Mont, Women’s College Research Institute- Women’s College Hospital;
  • Collaborator: Sheila Macdonald, Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres;
  • Collaborator: Maureen Etkin, Elder Abuse Ontario; and,
  • Project Coordinator: Daisy Kosa, Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres.

Collaborators

Dissemination Advisory Committee 

  • Sue Bailey, Registered Nurses Association of Ontario;
  • Linda Baker, Learning Network, University of Western Ontario;
  • Karen Campbell, Canadian Women's Foundation;
  • Sue Davidson, Ontario Community Support Association;
  • Janice Du Mont, Women’s College Research Institute, Women’s College Hospital;
  • Maureen Etkin, Elder Abuse Ontario;
  • Jasmine Ferreira, Ontario Association of Social Workers;
  • Nicole Fowler, Women's College Hospital;
  • Marlene Ham, Ontario Association of Interval & Transition Houses;
  • Susannah Ireland, Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres;
  • Judy Irwin, Ontario Long Term-Care Association, Communications Department;
  • Hannah Kia, Women's College Research Institute, Women's College Hospital;
  • Melusine Klein, Ministry of Seniors Affairs, Government of Ontario;
  • Shalini Konanur, South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario (SALCO);
  • S. Daisy Kosa, Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres;
  • Kate Kresto, Ministry of the Attorney General, Victims and Vulnerable Persons Division, Government of Ontario;
  • Leslie Fleur, Ontario Psychological Association;
  • Sheila Macdonald, Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres;
  • Robin Mason, Women’s College Research Institute, Women’s College Hospital;
  • Penny McVicar, Ontario Network of Victim Service Providers;
  • Michelle Miller-Guillot, Ministry of the Status of Women, Government of Ontario;
  • Katherine Mortimer, Ministry of Seniors Affairs, Government of Ontario;
  • Louise Moyer, Ministry of the Status of Women;
  • Kavina Nagrani, CNPEA;
  • Huong Pham, Assaulted Women's Helpline;
  • Raeann Rideout, Elder Abuse Ontario;
  • Paula Rochon, Women’s College Research Institute, Women’s College Hospital;
  • Laura Tamblyn Watts, Law, Policy and Research, CARP;
  • Amber Wardell, Aging Without Violence, Ontario Association of Interval & Transition Houses;
  • Sarah Warr; Women's College Research Institute, Women's College Hospital; and,
  • Natalie Zabolotsky, Circle of Care.