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

July 26, 2019 | Aging Services Risk Management


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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