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Teaming Up with Caregivers in an Effort to Prevent Elder Abuse

Nursing Home Blog

According to a webinar presented by The Caregiver Network, caregivers are the first line of defense against ongoing elder abuse and neglect. With so many people acting as caregivers for their aging parents while simultaneously dealing with career and family demands, abuse and neglect can develop without much warning. The webinar covers the main risk factors…

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Taking a Close Look At Financial Elder Abuse Data

Nursing Home Blog

A recent piece by Consumer Reports explores the discrepancies between reported numbers for financial elder abuse. The financial repercussions number in the billions, but the presented data cover a wide range. Knowing the exact numbers can help everyone understand the scale of this troubling problem. Original Damage Estimates A 2011 study performed by MetLife Mature Market Institute…

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Four Great Ways To Help The Elderly

Elder Abuse, Nursing Home Blog

According to the bureau of labor statistics https://goo.gl/LRDF7 62.6 million american's volunteered at least once in 2015. Although there are no exact stats on senior and elder volunteering, the fact remains that our elderly population is in dire need of Volunteers. By contribute a few hours per month, anyone can make a big impact on a senior's…

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