How to Help Our Elders
posted on December 17, 2017
There are cases of elders being victims of abuse from someone they love, perhaps a partner, a family, a caregiver or anyone close to them.
If you know someone, you can help them.
This guide Elder Abuse is Wrong shares information on what you can do to help and who you can contact if you suspect elder abuse.
One tip shared suggests, “Being on the receiving end of abuse can make you feel badly about yourself and cause you to lose your confidence and self-esteem. This can make it difficult to make good decisions and to function at work or in your daily activities.”
Some topics include:
- Elder Abuse: A Closer Look
- Institutional Abuse or Neglect
- How Do I Report Abuse?
Read the rest here.
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