Training: Recognition and Prevention of Elder Abuse

Millions of senior citizens live in nursing homes and assisted living facilities or receive care from helpers in their homes. These older adults face abuse issues for many reasons, including stress, short staffing, and dealing with aggressive behavior from those with dementia. Neglect, physical and emotional abuse are just a few of the problems widely occurring in this industry. If there is a chance of elder abuse, the best policy is always prevention.

We can help senior living organizations create and maintain a safe work environment through our Elder Abuse: Recognition and Prevention presentation.

Participants will learn:

  • Which seniors are most likely to face abuse
  • Examples of abuse and what to look for
  • The consequences of understaffing
  • How to prevent abuse
  • The proper way to report and investigate incidents

Check out our blogs on this topic for more information:

What to do when a Loved One is a Victim of Elder Abuse

What is Elder Abuse? 

Suspect Your Elderly Loved One is Financially Abused?