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#1089689 - 12/01/08 05:34 PM Elder Abuse
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Does anyone have any good elder abuse training or know of some resources I can tap into?

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#1089755 - 12/01/08 06:36 PM Re: Elder Abuse CSB98
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We use BVS for training and they have a couple of courses available re elder abuse. I don't know of any other resources to point you toward, however!
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#1089822 - 12/01/08 07:55 PM Re: Elder Abuse RR Joker
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You might try contacting Adult Protective Services to see if they have anything.
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#1089834 - 12/01/08 08:11 PM Re: Elder Abuse Skittles
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Our online training from BAI covers Elder Abuse.

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#1089909 - 12/01/08 09:21 PM Re: Elder Abuse hrlady
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We've had great training provided by the State AARP groups. They are willing and don't charge for their time.

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#1090203 - 12/02/08 03:38 PM Re: Elder Abuse Weeble Woman
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We have done the same thing with outside services from local Elder Abuse Protection Agencies; they do a wonderful job from helping you identify the various components of Elder Abuse (physical, financial, etc) to helping you understand your rights as a reporting entity and what your resources are. These are never easy issues to deal with

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