Bullying between Older Adults: What is happening in Ontario?
Senior to senior bullying is concerning, yet the majority of bullying research has virtually ignored bullying amongst older adults. Sheridan College, Centre for Elder Research, is working in partnership with Elder Abuse Ontario (EAO), and a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, are working towards filling this void in the research. By understanding what is happening in Ontario, we will be able to develop best practices and strategies this diverse population.
The Centre for Elder Research and EAO are conducting an Ontario-wide study to help us learn more about the prevalence and nature of bullying between older adults. The data will be used to help create a resource package outlining best practices for seniors and those working with seniors to stop bullying.
If you live in Ontario, and are age 55+, you are invited to complete the survey. You can obtain more information on the project, and can access the survey by clicking on the following link. Please note that it should take about 20 minutes to complete and you may withdraw from the survey at any time. That said, because the survey is anonymous, once you submit the survey responses cannot be withdrawn.
Senior Bullying Project Survey
Thank you to everyone who was involved in completing the Senior Bullying Project surveys, the response was overwhelming. In the coming weeks, the Senior Bullying Project team will be working on data analysis of the preliminary results and will be posting updates when available.
Please check back here for the four Spring 2019 Stakeholder Workshops that we will be hosting around the province.
Senior Bullying Project Webinars
Seniors Bullying in Ontario, The Sheridan Centre for Elder Research Preliminary Research Data November 19th, 2018
Senior Bullying: What is Happening in Ontario
June 4, 2018