Reporting Elder Abuse

Reporting elder abuse can help save someone’s life. Learn about reporting elder abuse here.

Elderly Abuse Reporting When Family is Involved

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According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, between one and two million Americans 65 years or older have been injured, exploited or otherwise mistreated by someone they relied on to care for them. Unfortunately, it’s been estimated that about two-thirds of all senior abusers are family members. In addition, the NCEA says that for…

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How to Report Elder Abuse

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Abuse of the elderly is a silent and dangerous epidemic that is still growing in the United States. Many people do not know how to report elder abuse. Some may know how to report elder abuse, but they choose not to out of fear. On this page, you will discover tips and resources you can…

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5 Ways to Report Elder Abuse

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Abuse of senior citizens in the United States is a large and sensitive problem. Finding the courage to speak up can be difficult, but it is required by law in some states that you report elder abuse. Here, we will take a look at the best ways you can report elder abuse if you or…

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