Recognizing Elder Abuse: Resources for Prevention and Reporting

Recognizing Elder Abuse: Resources for Prevention and Reporting

With Michigan Supreme Court Justice Megan Cavanagh and Assistant Attorney General Katharyn Barron

Michigan Supreme Court Justice Megan Cavanagh and Assistant Attorney General Katharyn Barron discuss the most prevalent forms of elder abuse, how to recognize them, and the important steps in reporting any form of abuse. The state’s task forces and their vast affiliations provide valuable resources to educate the public about elder abuse.

Resources for Prevention and Reporting from the State of Michigan:

Vulnerable Incident Report

Elder Abuse Task Force

Warning Signs of Elder Abuse, Neglect, Exploitation

Adult Protective Services

Adult Community Placement

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