Victims of Elder Abuse More Likely to Seek Formal Intervention If a "Concerned Person" Is Involved

July 26, 2019 | Aging Services Risk Management

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​What's the news. Older adults who are victims of abuse are more likely to seek assistance from formal support services—such as law enforcement, adult protective services, or other community-based response programs—when they have a "concerned person" in their personal life, according to a study forthcoming from The Gerontologist in August 2019.

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