Recognizing and Reporting Elder Financial Abuse
What is most critical for those who regularly deal with the elderly population and their finances? Elder financial abuse is a growing problem affecting a growing number of senior citizens. Recent studies estimate that for every case that gets reported to officials, approximately 25 cases are unreported. Elder financial abuse can be difficult to discover, and often if the abusers are family members, the victim will be unwilling to pursue criminal prosecution. This topic helps those who deal with the elderly population to identify the warning signs of elder abuse. This topic also will explain the various legal and litigation responses to elder financial abuse and mandatory reporting statutes. This topic will also provide you with myriad of non-legal remedies to elder financial abuse focusing on crafting a multi-disciplinary response. This information is critical for anyone who regularly deals with the elderly population and their finances, and will provide you with the tools to help combat the growing problem of elder financial abuse.
Who should attend?
- How to Identify Warning Signs of Elder Financial Abuse
- Assessing Capacity and HIPAA Concerns
- Addressing Family Communication Issues
- Establishing a Decision TreeLitigation and Legal Responses to Elder Financial Abuse
- Criminal Prosecution
- Civil Litigation, Powers of Attorney and Guardianship
- Mandatory ReportingNon-Legal Responses
- Communication With the Abuse Victim and Creating a Safe Enviroment
- Crafting a Multi-Disciplinary Response
- Dealing With Ethical Concerns
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