• Edit and print the Proceedings of the Strategic Planning Session (1992)
  • Establish an Elder Abuse Resource Centre at the Waterloo Region Community Health Department
  • Develop a standardized talk/training package about elder abuse to be used in presentations/workshops for professionals, seniors’ groups, community workers, students, and interested members of the public.
  • Develop a brochure outlining the role of WRCEA, and the nature of abuse.
  • Develop logo (hands) for WRCEA.
  • Establish, with the help of the Waterloo Region Community Health Department, an information telephone line. Members of the Consultation sub-committee respond to calls.
  • Establish linkage between WRCEA and the Waterloo Region Police Services
  • Complete a postal survey of community agencies to obtain information on established protocols and procedures in use by these agencies
  • Develop a community resource list utilizing information obtained from the postal survey.
  • Initiate discussions about a region wide interagency protocol to facilitate a community response to elder abuse. (Leadership for this initiative transferred to CCAC. Protocol completed September 2000.)
  • Prepare and print a quick reference guide for professionals Elder Abuse: What You Need To Know ( 2000)
  • Member of the collaborative for the Restorative Justice Approaches to Elder Abuse Project. (2000)
  • Support for the development of Harmony Interactive Theatre Troupe¬†(2002)
  • Work in partnership with the Elder Abuse Response Team to provide community education and to provide information about the team for callers to the information line.
  • Recipient of an Award of Excellence (2003) from the Ontario Crime Control Commission for fighting crime. The Commission highlighted the collaborative work in the community including the inter-agency protocol, case review working group and the Restorative Justice Project
  • Environmental scan of local community was conducted in 2016 to determine educational needs surrounding elder abuse. The resulting data was highly influential in the strategic plan that was developed in 2017.
  • Strategic planning process completed; updated vision, purpose and values to guide the future of the group. The group renamed as the Elder Abuse Prevention Council (EAPC).