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Promising Practices in Elder Abuse Detail

StateOhio
Program NameElder Abuse and Dementia Training for Law Enforcement
Program SummaryTrains law enforcement on elder abuse issues and dementia. The program has trained 15 law enforcement agencies and is now being adapted for sheriff's office and more rural areas of Ohio.
Agencies and Organizations InvolvedAPS, Law Enforcement, Alzheimer's Association, Western Reserve Geriatric Education Center
Funding SourceWestern Reserve Geriatric Education Center, Valley Enforcement Group
Funding LevelNot Available
Program EstablishedEst. 1998, ongoing
Websitewww.wrgec.org/carricula-elder_abuse.html
Materials AvailableWebsite
Program Contact NameMargaret Sanders, MA, LSW
Contact Phone Numberph. 330/325-6360
ContactEmail[email protected]

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