Wrongful use of a physical or chemical restraint Unwanted sexual contact Self Neglect - when an individual lacks the ability to understand consequences leading to harm How serious a problem is adult abuse? The losses associated with abuse can be devastating and may include the loss of independence, homes, life savings, health and dignity. Victims of abuse have been shown to have shorter life expectancies than non-abused older people. What happens after I report abuse? Adult Protective Services will investigate whether or not abuse or neglect has occurred and attempt to link vulnerable adults to vital health and human services.
Older Adult Services
Older Adults (60+ yrs) - Department of Mental Health
Write-on Adult Day Health Care: A Propensity-Matching Study Research by Ronald Kelly, PhD finds a decreased reliance on costly health care services by seniors who attend adult day programs. Women like Venorica, who is working three jobs at the age of 70, and Vicky, who once ran a successful business with her husband, are struggling to stay afloat. A new Justice in Aging issue brief surveys the reasons more women are aging into poverty than men, discusses the support systems that are in place to help older women, and recommends ways we can strengthen and expand those support systems.
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Services for Older Adults
Assessments for adults entering or residing in assisted living facilities Screenings for adults entering nursing facilities or who need Medicaid-funded home and community-based waivers These services are provided by local departments of social services and are designed to help adults remain as independent as possible, preferably in their own home. The goal is to strengthen appropriate family and social supports and reduce the need for institutional placement. Individuals Who May be Eligible for Services Elderly or impaired, low income adults who may need home-based services Low-income adults who need prescreening for nursing facility placement or Medicaid-funded community-based services Low-income adults who need an assessment for assisted living facility placement Impaired adults who are emancipated from a local department of social services' custody and who need services Adults who need and request services to avoid institutionalization How to Apply An application for services is available at your local department of social services. It can be completed by the person seeking services or by someone acting on that person's behalf.
Check out the services and programs we offer: Adult Protective Services The goal of the APS Program is to prevent and remedy the abuse and exploitation of dependent and older vulnerable adults, age 18 and older. In-Home Supportive Services The IHSS Program is a federal, state and locally funded program designed to help pay for services provided to you so that you can remain safely in your own home. Long-Term Care Ombudsmen Ombudsmen are independent, trained and certified advocates for residents living in long-term care facilities. Multipurpose Senior Services The primary objective of MSSP is to avoid or delay the inappropriate placement of persons in nursing facilities, while fostering independent living in the community.