A CARP Special Report
Elder Abuse: Does Anyone Care?
Recorded Tuesday, March 15, 1 PM EDT
A 30 minute special report live webcast dedicated to the issue of elder abuse in Canada on www.carp.ca and televised on Vision TV Thursday March 17th at 4 & 6PM. EDT
On the same day that (alleged) elder abusers Kwong Yan, 43, and his wife, Qi Tan, 28, return to court, Elder Abuse: Does Anyone Care? provides deeper insight into the issue with a panel of experts from the advocacy, political and survivor perspective.
Hosted by veteran newscaster, Libby Znaimer, the Special Report also features recently discovered elder abuse hidden camera footage and disturbing real life survivor stories.
Susan Eng, VP Advocacy, CARP, Canada’s National Advocacy Organization For Older Canadians
Eng is calling for government to immediately establish a 911 or 1-800 Elder Abuse Hotline and tougher penalties for those convicted of elder abuse.
Lesley Anthony – Registered Nurse/Caregiver and Elder Abuse Whistleblower
In 2004, Lesley Anthony exposed the elder abuse case of 87-year-old Norma Stenson on national TV. The lack of attention paid to her client’s critical situation led Lesley to plant a hidden camera in Norma’s room. Only after incriminating footage was captured – including verbal threats, intimidation, shaking, physical assault and theft – did police investigate and lay charges.
Hosted by Libby Znaimer of Zoomer magazine and The Zoomer Report on The New Classical 96.3 FM and The New AM 740
WHERE: 550 Queen Street East, Suite 205, Toronto (at River) or webcast live at www.carp.ca
Leanne Wright, VP Communications: 416.886.6873 or [email protected]
Interested in joining our Live Audience? email [email protected]
Keywords: elder, abuse