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TEN TIPS TO HELP YOU REDUCE THE RISK OF BECOMING THE NEXT VICTIM OF FINANCIAL ELDER ABUSE Handout:  Paul Greenwood, Deputy District Attorney San Diego District Attorney’s Office, Head of Elder Abuse Prosecution

Elder Abuse: MedlinePlus
This website is a collection of resources from the federal government and national associations. Topics include Overview, Prevention/Screening, Specific Conditions, Related Issues and more. From the National Library of Medicine

National Center on Elder Abuse
Now part of the Administration on Aging (AoA), “The National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA) serves as a national resource center dedicated to the prevention of elder mistreatment.” The site directory provides links to Find Help, FAQ’s, Resources and Library,which links to information about laws and statistics.

Elder Abuse and Neglect: Warning Signs, Risk Factors, Prevention and Help
From Helpguide.org, this informative page offers: What is Elder Abuse, The Different Types of Elder Abuse, Signs and Symptoms, Risk Factors, Reporting and Preventing.


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