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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is up to us to work together to create a sturdy structure of support and prevention, notice and report abuse.

 

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Are you aware that elder abuse comes in many forms? You may not even realize the impact it can have on the loved ones in your family and the elders in your community.

 

Some signs to look for:

  • Bruises, cuts, or broken bones
  • Poor hygiene
  • Increased anxiety
  • Fear or withdrawal from family members
  • Discrepancies in financial records

 

The BC Association of Community Response Networks has created some community events to raise the awareness of Elder Abuse in BC starting on June 15, 2020 (World Elder Abuse Awareness Day).

 

Remember, if you suspect that your loved one is being abused, neglected and mistreated, report it.

 
 

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