Report elder abuse immediately at 1-800-392-0210
Report a senior or disabled adult who is in need of assistance in Missouri.
The NCEA provides the latest information regarding research, training, best practices, news and resources on elder abuse, neglect and exploitation.
CDC provides useful resources regarding elder abuse - prevention strategies, risk and protective factors, and publications.
With the rise of new technology and the increasing older population, there is a growing demand for a new means of protection in long-term care facilities. Although surveillance cameras are not a suitable replacement for personal involvement from staff and family members, several states have enacted laws and regulations for electronic monitoring in resident rooms of long-term care facilities.
Maryville University has created "A Guide to Understanding, Recognizing, and Preventing Elder Abuse" which offers information for those who are looking for information on elder abuse and how to prevent it. The elderly are some of our most vulnerable citizens and abuse is a growing risk to seniors across the nation. Recognizing elder abuse can be difficult. Victims often have trouble expressing abuse or can't because of their mental state, but there are many tell tale signs that can be indicators of elder abuse. This guide is helpful to help those looking for information to understand, recognize and prevent elder abuse.
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