But Did it Work? Elder Justice Interventions II: Self-Neglect9/14/2018 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Sponsor: Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging
Event: But Did it Work? Elder Justice Interventions II: Self-Neglect
Address: 11890 Fairhill Raod
Cleveland, OH 44120
Contact: Jeanne Hoban 2167918000
Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, Texas Adult Protective Services (APS), WellMed Charitable Foundation, WellMed Medical Management, and the Elder Justice Coalition began collaborating on a project on self-neglect in late 2016 with funding from an Elder Justice Innovation Grant from the U.S. Administration for Community Living. It builds on an earlier ACL-funded project to identify, screen for and report elder abuse, which found that self-neglect was by far the most commonly reported type of abuse (68% of allegations). The focus of the current project is to screen for risk factors for self-neglect among older adults and people with disabilities in WellMed clinics in Texas in the hopes of helping people avoid self-neglect and the negative outcomes associated with it.
In this webinar project partners will provide an overview of the study and discuss implications for practice and policy.
- Farida Ejaz, PhD, Senior Research Scientist, Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging
- Debbie Billa, Grants Manager, WellMed Charitable Foundation Representative from Texas Adult Protective Services
- Hilary Dalin, Director, Office of Elder Justice and Adult Protective Services, U.S. Administration for Community Living
Co-sponsored by Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging and the Elder Justice Coalition.
Register at: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3059367307851923201