Family gatherings are more commonplace in December, and older adults without families can experience more acute social isolation. Since isolation is both a risk factor for and a consequence of elder abuse, we decided to ask you - our social media followers and colleagues - to commit to speaking with an older adult in December. Our hope was that, by sharing this campaign, we could support older adults and contribute towards the prevention of elder abuse during the 2017 holiday season. More →
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All NYC Elder Abuse Center communications should be in Arial. For print design the heading font to be used is used is BP Reply roman (available here) – that means the standard weight, not bold. You may use italics when required.
Do not ‘over format’ your documents or emails. Stick to the minimum amount of size variation and only use the colors as set out below. If you are unclear please take a look at the NYCEAC Word™ Template.
The standard web colors for NYC Elder Abuse Center branding are as follows.
When using the NYC Elder Abuse Center logo please make sure that you have adequate space around it. To download the logo right click and save as.