• Partnerships & Federal Agency Interventions
  • Addressing Associated Legal Issues
  • Criminal Prosecution & Restitution
  • Legal Remedies for Victims
  • Litigation Skills

Client-Centered Advocacy

  • Understanding Victim Perpetrator Dynamics

    In many cases of elder abuse, the perpetrator of the mistreatment is a relative, friend, or caregiver.This unsurprisingly affects the actions that an older adult may want to take to address the abuse. Some of the power and control dynamics associated with elder abuse are similar to those involved in domestic violence. However, there are differences, and the below resources provide guidance on those differences.

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