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    Elder Financial Abuse and the Burdens Associated With It

    September 28, 2021 by Carrie Capouellez| Elder abuse

    Our elderly loved ones deserve to live out the latter part of their lives in peace and security, not in fear of their lives, which makes elder abuse inexcusable. One of the fastest growing forms of elder abuse these days is elder financial abuse, in which someone either improperly or illegally takes or uses a senior’s money or property without their permission, or without them even realizing they were taken. In most states elder financial abuse is a crime, which means seniors have many methods at their disposal to deal with a scammer who takes their money.

  • Elderly woman and grandchild

    Older Americans Month: Safety Tips For Protecting The Elderly

    Those who have provided care for an elderly individual understand first-hand the trials associated with the role of senior citizen caregiver. Emotions felt by caregivers range wide and run deep as many now reverse roles with senior loved ones and assume the role of nurturer. This phase of life is no doubt new territory, and…

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    What To Do If You See Nursing Home Abuse On Social Media

    The later years of an elderly person’s life are a time when they deserve kindness, respect, and quality care. But sometimes our elderly loved ones instead face abuse and neglect by caretakers. People with dementia are vulnerable to abuse by those close to them, either at home or in a facility. Dementia patients are especially…

  • Heat-Related Illnesses

    Hot Weather Injury Risks For Nursing Home Patients

    Hot weather is hazardous, and senior citizens are particularly prone to its dangers, including heat-related illness. Elderly heat stroke and heat exhaustion can have devastating consequences. You may think that since most nursing home residents are sedentary, how can they overheat? During the summer months when temperatures can rise into triple digits, elderly people who…

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    How Radiologists Can Help End Elder Abuse

    September 18, 2018 by James McHugh, Jr.| Elder abuse

    Elder abuse in nursing homes and other medical facilities is an unfortunate reality for many. Many aged patients are often neglected, their concerns ignored, and even mentally and physically abused. Now radiologists are finding new ways to detect cases of physical elder abuse, which surprisingly can often go unnoticed.

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