Tue., May 11 | Zoom Webinars

Violence Link Webinar Series

The 4-part Violence Link Webinar Series explores the complex relationship between animal abuse and violence toward people.
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Violence Link Webinar Series

Time & Location

May 11, 2:00 p.m. CST – May 20, 3:00 p.m. CST
Zoom Webinars

About the Event

May 11, 2021 | 2 - 3 p.m.

Child Abuse: How to recognize child abuse and neglect and what to do

Overview of how to identify child abuse, indicators, and how to report. There will be a link to handouts that you and your staff can print out and keep on hand with important phone numbers and other information.

Presented by:  Romona Koop & Jenessa Baier, Ministry of Social Services

May 13, 2021 | 2 - 3 p.m.

Older Adult Abuse and Neglect

The presentation will provide an overview of older adult abuse including the factors that add complexity to abuse within this demographic.  Some of the risk factors and signs to watch for will be identified.  Some possible resources and ideas for responding will also be offered.  

Presented by:  Holly Schick, Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism (SSM)

May 18, 2021 | 12 - 1 p.m.

Domestic Violence: What to Know, Say and Do

Domestic violence impacts everyone in a family, including pets. Unfortunately, many people aren’t aware of the warning signs of abuse and are in long term relationships before they realize what is happening. It can be difficult to know how to get out or to ask for help. It is also difficult to know how to support someone who is living with abuse. This presentation will cover warning signs and risk factors, statistics on prevalence and why it can be difficult to get out of abusive situations, the link between abuse of people and their pets, and how to find resources near you.

Presented by:  Jo-Anne Dusel, Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan (PATHS)

May 20, 2021 | 2 - 3 p.m.

What really goes into Animal Protection Work

This session will focus on demystifying the investigative process that goes into animal protection work. Participants will leave the session able to identify what constitutes distress in animals according to the legislation. They will have a clearer understanding of the process that occurs when an animal welfare concern is reported and how it is investigated. 

Presented by:  Don Ferguson, Animal Protection Services of Saskatchewan

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