THE USC CENTER ON ELDER MISTREATMENT
Los Angeles, California, USA.
“USC will be the world’s academic leader in understanding and addressing elder mistreatment.”
The USC Center on Elder Mistreatment has an online training resource library entitled, Training Resources on Elder Abuse. The searchable database of elder abuse prevention training materials lists handouts, presentations and videos with role play scenarios which can be used by professionals, caregivers and the community.
The USC Center On Elder Mistreatment provides resources to the following individuals and areas:
Elder mistreatment can fall into a number of different categories and the center list several comprehensive resources including:
Cognition and Capacity
Diversity and Cultural Competency
Domestic Violence in Later Life
Helpful resources include ‘Talking Elder Abuse’ An Elder Abuse Prevention Training Toolkit and How to Talk about Elder Abuse which cover:
-Factors and possible causes leading to elder abuse such as isolation and lack of transportation.
-Effective solutions to stop elder abuse such as building more gathering centers and community centers.
-Elder abuse cases.
-How to help those who have been victims and have experienced elder abuse.
The center hosts the Judith D. Tamkin International Symposium on Elder Abuse, a conference which brings together leaders, activists, caregivers, researchers, lawmakers, and others to share information and come up with solutions to help prevent elder abuse.
Elder Abuse Prevention Programs
Elder Abuse Prevention Training Programs
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