There is a need for elder abuse prevention training and support to a wide spectrum of professionals, network partners, and the public. The MEJCC combines training, public and professional education, and widespread outreach efforts to offer the greatest impact possible.
- Create and host a statewide coordinating calendar to share public and professional information about elder abuse prevention efforts, trainings, conferences, and other related prevention activities.
- Develop and implement a plan to enhance network communications utilizing diverse tools such as social media, blogs, and print.
- Create and host a community forum platform for network partners to share best practices, seek information, and support for prevention activities with other partners.
- Identify opportunities to engage with non-traditional communities, such as educational, research, social or service clubs, and business partners in elder abuse prevention efforts.