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For every sort of maltreatment, statements from the victim should be given

great weight

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as a general rule, ________________, regardless of whether caregivers encourage the intervener to discount the complaints.

complaints of maltreatment by older persons should be taken at face value

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Establishing control and direction:
direction phase of crisis intervention involves collaborating with the person in crisis to develop an intervention plan.

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As its guiding value, the NAAPSA states that "every action taken by APS must balance the duty to protect the safety of vulnerable adults with the adults right to self-determination.

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Recognizing that the interests of the adult are the first concern of any intervention

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In working with elderly victims of maltreatment, Brandl suggest two general goals that intervener should keep in mind

1. breaking the victim's isolation
2. empowering the victim

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____involves negative stereotypes about the elderly, often based on the assumption that advanced age is inevitably associated with physical and mental decline.

Ageism

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_____ is the most common form of maltreatment.

Neglect

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persons over age _____, ______ and ________are at high risk of maltreatment.

80, women and persons who were unable to care for themselves

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Most perps are related to the victim and men are more likely to perpetrate maltreatment than women.

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two general models inform both the explanation and response to elder maltreatment.

1. caregiver stress model- interaction between dependent victims and overwhelmed caregivers.
The response to this is to provide services to both.
2. power-control model- perps need to exert control over victim. Response, victim protection and holding perps accountable.

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Primary responsibility for dealing with elder maltreatment belongs to APS. All 50 states have enacted laws requiring that incidents of elder maltreatment be reported.

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AS general principle, interveners should seek to balance the goals of protecting safety with protecting self-determination. Breaking isolation and empowering victims are especially relevant in case of physical abuse and neglect.

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