By Bonnie Brandl MSW, Carmel Bitondo Dyer MD FACP AGSF, Candace J. Heisler JD, Joanne Marlatt Otto MSW, Lori A. Stiegel JD, Randolph W. Thomas MA
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In his absence, Mary Ann took his checkbook and wrote five checks for more than $10,000, making them out to herself and her boyfriend. Approximately six weeks after a report to APS and law enforcement resulted in an investigation, James died. Roger said that his uncle was “heartbroken” about the incident because he had trusted Mary Ann and cared for her and her young daughter a great deal. Neglect Neglect is defined as the refusal or failure to fulfill any part of a person’s obligations or duties to an elder.
The purpose of this hospital-based team was to provide consultation and support to hospital staff, assist in a multidimensional evaluation of older victims of mistreatment, and develop treatment plans (Matlaw & Spence, 1994). In New York City, another hospital-based team was formed at Mount Sinai Hospital in 1998. This team serves hospitalized victims and assists them with counseling and other supportive services (Kahan & Paris, 2003). In 1995, a geriatric medicine interdisciplinary team at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, began collaborating with the APS of Texas and later became know as the Texas Elder Abuse and Mistreatment Institute (Dyer, Hyman, Pavlik, Murphy, & Gleason, 1999).
Professionals will need to discuss and agree on the components described in this chapter such as age, health, and functional status, gender, residence, relationship between victim and offender, and forms of abuse to determine what will be included in a multidisciplinary response. This chapter focused on the “who, what, when, where, and why” of elder abuse. Chapter 3 addresses why elder abuse occurs and why victims remain in relationships with perpetrators. Chapter 4 lists indicators of abuse, building on the definitions provided in this chapter, to assist professionals in recognizing various forms of abuse.
Elder Abuse Detection and Intervention: A Collaborative Approach (Springer Series on Ethics, Law and Aging) by Bonnie Brandl MSW, Carmel Bitondo Dyer MD FACP AGSF, Candace J. Heisler JD, Joanne Marlatt Otto MSW, Lori A. Stiegel JD, Randolph W. Thomas MA