Tuesday, May 30, 2017

American Society on Aging Course on Elder Mistreatment

On June 12, 2017, the American Society on Aging, along with the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology  is launching a 5 week course on elder mistreatment.  Here is the course description for Elder Mistreatment: Prevention of Abuse and Neglect:

Elder mistreatment prevention is not restricted to just stopping abuse and neglect before they occur, but also encompasses bringing abuse to an end once it has begun, preventing abuse from recurring in older adults who have already been victimized, and minimizing the damage of abuse when the cycle of abuse can’t be prevented. In this five-week course, USC faculty members will introduce participants to what is known about primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention within the field of elder mistreatment, teaching some options and remedies for protecting existing victims of elder mistreatment and those who have not yet been mistreated.

The courses are open only to members of the American Society on Aging. To join or learn more, click here.  The course is one in a series of gerontology courses offered by the partners. More information about the series is available here. (full disclosure, I'm on the ASA board).

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/elder_law/2017/05/american-society-on-aging-course-on-elder-mistreatment.html

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