Dealing With Elder Abuse

PART OF SERIES Close to Home Series
2011, 11 pp
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Elder abuse is almost as prevalent as child abuse and it can happen no matter one's social or economic status. Harmful acts, unwanted acts, or acts that put someone at risk, done knowingly or unintentionally by a caregiver or a family member toward an elderly adult, may be abusive. Sometimes elder abuse also takes the form of neglect, when a caregiver does not respond appropriately to the needs of an elderly adult. This pamphlet addresses both the elderly and caregivers/families and provides steps towards healing.

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