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Appendix F State and Federal Criminal Laws (PDF, 22 KB)

This document provides essential information on the importance of thinking about elder abuse in case scenarios where it may not come to mind, such as domestic violence. The document also details laws, services for the aging, and other programs related to elder abuse and assistance specifically.

Search Terms: Identification, Elder Abuse, Older Adults, Abuse, Laws, Legal, Guardianship, Domestic Violence

Appendix G Advocating in the Criminal Justice System (PDF, 41 KB)

Working with elder abuse cases in the criminal justice system is a unique process, requiring proper court accommodations. This appendix covers recommended accommodations, as well as properly advocating and navigating cases in the criminal justice system.

Search Terms: Advocate, Hearing, Trial, Criminal Justice, System, Court, Guardianship, Domestic Violence

Identifying and Responding to Elder Abuse Flier (PDF, 155 KB)

This flier promotes the 2-day training on Identifying and Responding to Elder Abuse.

Search Terms: Identification, Elder Abuse, Older Adults, Abuse, Laws, Legal, Guardianship, Domestic Violence

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