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What Is Elder Medication Abuse?

According to AARP, older adults take an average of 4.5 medications each month, and that …

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What Does Elder Neglect Look Like?

Elder abuse comes in many forms—financial, physical, sexual, and emotional—and each are harrowing in their …

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Where Does Elder Abuse Happen?

Elder abuse isn’t limited to just nursing homes—it can happen anywhere an elderly person lives …

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What Is Nursing Home and Elder Abuse?

Abuse is a frightening and common reality for elders across the United States. The victims …

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How Do I Choose a Nursing Home?

When it’s time to move your elderly loved one into a long-term care facility, you …

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Can Nursing Home Residents Be Sexually Abused?

“It’s happening all over the country.” A 2017 CNN report helped bring media attention to …

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What Evidence Do I Need to Prove Nursing Home Abuse?

You suspect your elderly loved one has been abused, identify the warning signs, and take …

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Are the Elderly Vulnerable to Financial Exploitation and Abuse?

Older adults are, unfortunately, more prone to financial abuse and exploitation than other age group. …

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Are Bedsores a Sign of Nursing Home Abuse?

Nursing home abuse can be difficult to identify—and equally difficult to discuss with your elderly …

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How Common Is Nursing Home Abuse?

If you have discovered that your elderly loved one was abused in a nursing home …

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What Are the Warning Signs of Nursing Home Abuse?

Elder abuse can be defined as an intentional cause of injury, intimidation, confinement, deprivation of …

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