LTCOP: Elder Justice: Abuse, Neglect, Exploitation

Elder Justice: Abuse, Neglect, Exploitation

 

COALITION FOR ELDER JUSTICE IN CONNECTICUT

PRESENTED ITS

SECOND ANNUAL ELDER JUSTICE CONFERENCE

ELDER ABUSE IS GETTING OLD: A CONNECTICUT ROADMAP FOR ACTION

{Elder Justice Conference}
 
{Senator Blumenthal}
 
{Senator Blumenthal}
 
{Senator Blumenthal}
 
{Resident Council President Brian Capshaw}
 
{Keynote Speaker, Ms. Mary Twomey, }
 
{State Ombudsman Nancy Shaffer & Sen Blumenthal}
 
{Guests}
 
{Guests}
 
  {State Ombudsman Nancy Shaffer}
 
  {RO Lerman}
 
{Speaker panel}
 
BEING AWARE AND PREVENTING FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION OF THE ELDERLY
 
When an older person in an assisted living or nursing facility is the target of financial abuse, everyone suffers. Financial losses affect the resident, the facility, and the broader community. The primary victim is the vulnerable resident, robbed of economic security and placed at risk of involuntary discharge or loss of housing for nonpayment.




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