Lindsay Calamia is the Enhanced Multidisciplinary Team Statewide Coordinator at Lifespan of Greater Rochester. Lindsay supports functioning Enhanced Multidisciplinary Teams and provides consultation, outreach, training and technical assistance to newly developing teams across New York State.
Lindsay began working for Lifespan’s Elder Abuse Prevention Program in 2012, with a focus on investigating reports of abuse and delivering intervention-based case management for older adult victims. In 2014, she was certified by the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women, as a Law Enforcement and Victim Services Instructor for the Enhanced Training to End Abuse in Later Life Program.
Ms. Calamia has given professional presentations at national conferences and provides educational trainings for various communities throughout New York State. In 2015, she co-authored the EARAE: Elder Abuse Risk Assessment and Evaluation© tool, an instrument designed for caseworkers to assess risk, track contributing factors, quantify interventions, and measure outcomes for cases of elder mistreatment.
Lindsay is a member of the New York State Elder Abuse Coalition and National Adult Protective Services Association. She actively participates in seven local Enhanced Multidisciplinary Team meetings. Prior to working at Lifespan, Lindsay worked for Adult Protective Services of Boston, Massachusetts for five years. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Women’s Studies from the State University of New York at Fredonia in 2008.