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BWJP/NCALL Conference - Aging with Dignity and in Safety: Community Strategies for Combating Elder Abuse

This page contains links to PDFs of the handouts and other resources for the BWJP/NCALL Conference - Aging with Dignity and in Safety:  Community Strategies for Combating Elder Abuse, November 14-16, 2011 in San Antonio, TX.

Handout 1:  Changes Due to Normal Aging and Potential for Abuse/Neglect

Handout 2:  Duluth Power and Control Wheel

Handout 3:  Abuse in Later Life Power and Control Wheel

Handout 4: Immigrant Power and Control Wheel

Handout 5: Offender Behaviors in Elder Abuse Cases

Handout 6: Strangulation

Handout 7:  Challenges When Investigating Elder Sexual Abuse

Handout 8:  Victim Indicators of Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation

Handout 9:  Sample Interview Questions: Victim

Handout 10:  Stalking

Handout 11:  Self-Neglect

Handout 12:  Environmental Indicators of Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation

Handout 13: Undue Influence Wheel

Handout 14:  Powers of Attorney and Guardianships/Conservatorships

Handout 15:  Accommodations for Elder Victims Seeking Justice

Handout 16:  Excerpt from Peterborough Abuse Prevention of Older Adults Network Coordinated Response Team Agreement

 


Under the Radar: New York State Elder Abuse Prevalence Study Self-Reported Prevalence and Documented Case Surveys

The Final Report outlining in detail the findings of this groundbreaking study is available on Lifespan’s website: http://www.lifespan-roch.org/documents/UndertheRadar051211.pdf

This study was a Lifespan of Greater Rochester, Weill Cornell Medical Center, and New York City Department for the Aging partnership, supported in part by a grant from the William B. Hoyt Memorial Children and Family Trust Fund, a program administered by the New York State Office of Children & Family Services.