Disabled Senior Woman Sitting In Wheelchair

Elder abuse & neglect may be the oldest form of senior abuse. Unfortunately, it is still all too common and it is a crime. Isolated vulnerable adults as well as those who are more difficult to care for are at a higher risk of caregiver abuse and neglect. Personal involvement from family members is essential in protecting the senior loved one from this type of situation.

Topics include:

  • Definition of a caregiver
  • The Omnibus Adult Protection Act (OAPA)
  • Ways to minimize risk of caregiver abuse and neglect
  • Types of abuse
  • Signs of abuse and neglect and how to report it

For more information or to schedule a presentation call 864-422-0022 or email info@babbandassociates.com.