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Promising Practices in Elder Abuse Detail

StateTexas
Program NameSexual Abuse: Interviewing Techniques
Program SummaryDeveloped interviewing techniques for the victim and perpetrator in cases of sexual assault of elders and people with disabilities. Developed interviewing and documentation skills for vulnerable adults who are cognitively and/or verbally impaired.
Agencies and Organizations InvolvedLaw Enforcement, APS, Caregivers, University of Texas at Arlington, Prosecutors, Home Health Workers, Advocacy Personnel
Funding SourceWashington State
Funding LevelNot Available
Program EstablishedCreated 2001
Websitewww2.uta.edu/ssw/duehn
Materials AvailableTwo Presentations, Website
Program Contact NameWayne D. Duehn, Ph.D
Contact Phone Numberph. 817/277-1540, fax 817/277-3067
ContactEmail[email protected]

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