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Social Media Training at Silence = Violence Network Meeting (6/14)

June 11, 2019

Join the Silence = Violence Coalition for its quarterly coalition meeting and training.
Photo of an elder white woman holding a smart phone and a Twitter sign.

This Friday features a Social Media training to gear up for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) on June 15th.

WHERE: California Foundation for Independent Living Centers, 1000 G Street, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95814
WHEN: Friday, June 14, 2019 from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (Social Media presentation begins at 1:30 PM)
NOTE: Please bring a smartphone, laptop or tablet to participate. 
RSVP:To reserve a spot, please email:

The Zoom platform will have live captioning. 
Join Zoom Meeting by Web:
OR by Phone: (408) 638 0968
Meeting ID: 379 222 112

About the Silence = Violence Network
The Silence = Violence Network  is comprised of representatives from agencies serving people with disabilities and seniors with statewide outreach capabilities and seeks to increase public awareness and decrease the number of people with disabilities and elders who experience abuse. Network members engage their collective strength to tackle the victimization of elders and people with disabilities by sharing knowledge and creating realistic strategies and campaigns to prevent and reduce the number of abuse incidents.  
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