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Know the signs of elder abuse, including bruises, unusual depression, bedsores and poor hygiene. If an elder you know is in physical danger contact the police right away. If you suspect abuse but there is no immediate risk contact the elder’s doctor or home health agency. For independent elders, self-neglect may be a sign that they need other care or living arrangements.
caregiving, physical abuse, emotional abuse, elder mistreatment, self neglect, hoarding, dehydration
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Rated on: 12/17/2014 11:41:16 AM
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