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Elder abuse prevention : emerging trends and promising strategies, Lisa Nerenberg

Label
Elder abuse prevention : emerging trends and promising strategies
Title
Elder abuse prevention
Title remainder
emerging trends and promising strategies
Statement of responsibility
Lisa Nerenberg
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLM
Dewey number
362.6
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HV6626.3
LC item number
.N47 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
  • 2008 E-055
  • WT 30
NLM item number
N444e 2008
Label
Elder abuse prevention : emerging trends and promising strategies, Lisa Nerenberg
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-281) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Eight trends shaping practice -- 1) Increasingly frail elders living at home -- 2) Shifting paradigms : from protection to empowerment -- 3) Heightened understanding of victims -- 4) The circle widens : the burgeoning abuse prevention network -- 5) The changing role of APS -- 6) The "criminalization" of elder abuse -- 7) Focus on forensics -- 8) Going global : international initiatives to prevent elder abuse -- 2. Defining elder abuse : the controversies -- Controversies in defining elder abuse -- The disability requirement -- The "special relationship" requirement -- Intentionality -- Focusing on conduct or its impact -- Frequency and severity -- What the experts say -- Challenges in defining specific forms of abuse -- Financial abuse -- Physical abuse -- Elder sexual abuse -- Emotional abuse -- Neglect -- Self-neglect -- Abandonment -- Other -- 3. Service models from which we have drawn -- Introduction -- The adult protective services (APS) model -- The domestic violence prevention model -- The public health model -- The victim advocacy model -- The restorative justice model -- Neutralization theory -- The family caregiver support model -- The family preservation model -- 4. Factors influencing intervention needs -- Victim considerations -- Victims' mental capacity and ability to consent -- Victim risk factors -- Victims' resources and support systems -- Perpetrator considerations -- Perpetrator characteristics that affect service needs -- Perpetrators' reasons or motives for abusing -- Abusers' willingness and ability to change -- Abusers' access and level of threat to victims and their assets -- Urgency of the situation -- Ethical considerations -- Autonomy and self-determination -- Least restrictive alternatives -- Other ethical principles -- Competing and conflicting principles -- Cultural factors affecting service needs -- Cultural factors affecting risk -- Attitudes about abuse -- Obstacles to accessing services -- Cultural considerations affecting practice -- 5. Preventing and treating elder abuse -- Assessing victims' service needs -- Services and interventions for victims -- Maximizing independence -- Resolving crises -- Emergency services -- Ensuring victim safety -- Healing, empowerment, and support -- Preserving, protecting, and recovering assets -- Ensuring justice -- Interventions for perpetrators and those at risk for abusing -- Counseling for perpetrators -- Domestic violence treatment -- Programs for caregivers -- 6. What agencies, the justice system, and communities can do -- What agencies can do -- General -- Agency-specific practices -- APS programs -- Domestic violence programs -- Health care facilities -- Providers of home health care -- Legal service providers -- Dementia care programs -- What the justice system can do -- Law enforcement -- Prosecutors' offices -- Victim assistance programs -- Forensics centers -- Elder justice centers -- Improving court access -- Elder courts -- Self-help clinics -- Guardianship monitoring -- What communities can do -- Multidisciplinary teams -- Coalitions and councils -- Volunteer programs -- What community institutions can do -- Financial institutions -- Academic institutions -- Churches -- 7. What states and tribes are doing -- What states are doing -- Ensuring that professionals report and respond appropriately -- Ensuring justice -- Ensuring a comprehensive, coordinated service response -- Protecting elders with diminished capacity and those at risk for undue influence -- Special challenges -- What tribes are doing -- Improving coordination -- Ensuring justice -- Training professionals -- Meeting the demand for services -- 8. Community outreach -- Goals of outreach -- The impact of outreach -- Local, state, national, tribal, and international campaigns -- Local outreach campaigns -- State outreach campaigns -- National outreach campaigns -- Tribal outreach campaigns -- An international campaign -- 9. Responding to challenges -- Defining abuse -- Responding to a multicultural society -- Defining capacity for specific tasks -- Service needs -- Meeting the challenge of "consumer choice" -- Research challenges and needs -- Evaluating the impact of services -- Assessing the impact of abuse definitions on practice -- The economic costs of elder abuse -- Shedding light on "help-seeking" -- Predicting helpers' risk of abusing -- Professional training needs -- Challenges to coordination and collaboration -- Ethical challenges -- 10. Moving forward -- Guiding principles -- A holistic response -- A continuum of service options -- Addressing cultural differences -- A public health perspective -- Long-term services -- An approach : case management -- An agenda -- Promoting research -- Training -- Filling service gaps -- Advocacy -- References
Control code
170955492
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xix, 299 pages
Isbn
9780826103277
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007041128
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(Sirsi) o170955492
Label
Elder abuse prevention : emerging trends and promising strategies, Lisa Nerenberg
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-281) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Eight trends shaping practice -- 1) Increasingly frail elders living at home -- 2) Shifting paradigms : from protection to empowerment -- 3) Heightened understanding of victims -- 4) The circle widens : the burgeoning abuse prevention network -- 5) The changing role of APS -- 6) The "criminalization" of elder abuse -- 7) Focus on forensics -- 8) Going global : international initiatives to prevent elder abuse -- 2. Defining elder abuse : the controversies -- Controversies in defining elder abuse -- The disability requirement -- The "special relationship" requirement -- Intentionality -- Focusing on conduct or its impact -- Frequency and severity -- What the experts say -- Challenges in defining specific forms of abuse -- Financial abuse -- Physical abuse -- Elder sexual abuse -- Emotional abuse -- Neglect -- Self-neglect -- Abandonment -- Other -- 3. Service models from which we have drawn -- Introduction -- The adult protective services (APS) model -- The domestic violence prevention model -- The public health model -- The victim advocacy model -- The restorative justice model -- Neutralization theory -- The family caregiver support model -- The family preservation model -- 4. Factors influencing intervention needs -- Victim considerations -- Victims' mental capacity and ability to consent -- Victim risk factors -- Victims' resources and support systems -- Perpetrator considerations -- Perpetrator characteristics that affect service needs -- Perpetrators' reasons or motives for abusing -- Abusers' willingness and ability to change -- Abusers' access and level of threat to victims and their assets -- Urgency of the situation -- Ethical considerations -- Autonomy and self-determination -- Least restrictive alternatives -- Other ethical principles -- Competing and conflicting principles -- Cultural factors affecting service needs -- Cultural factors affecting risk -- Attitudes about abuse -- Obstacles to accessing services -- Cultural considerations affecting practice -- 5. Preventing and treating elder abuse -- Assessing victims' service needs -- Services and interventions for victims -- Maximizing independence -- Resolving crises -- Emergency services -- Ensuring victim safety -- Healing, empowerment, and support -- Preserving, protecting, and recovering assets -- Ensuring justice -- Interventions for perpetrators and those at risk for abusing -- Counseling for perpetrators -- Domestic violence treatment -- Programs for caregivers -- 6. What agencies, the justice system, and communities can do -- What agencies can do -- General -- Agency-specific practices -- APS programs -- Domestic violence programs -- Health care facilities -- Providers of home health care -- Legal service providers -- Dementia care programs -- What the justice system can do -- Law enforcement -- Prosecutors' offices -- Victim assistance programs -- Forensics centers -- Elder justice centers -- Improving court access -- Elder courts -- Self-help clinics -- Guardianship monitoring -- What communities can do -- Multidisciplinary teams -- Coalitions and councils -- Volunteer programs -- What community institutions can do -- Financial institutions -- Academic institutions -- Churches -- 7. What states and tribes are doing -- What states are doing -- Ensuring that professionals report and respond appropriately -- Ensuring justice -- Ensuring a comprehensive, coordinated service response -- Protecting elders with diminished capacity and those at risk for undue influence -- Special challenges -- What tribes are doing -- Improving coordination -- Ensuring justice -- Training professionals -- Meeting the demand for services -- 8. Community outreach -- Goals of outreach -- The impact of outreach -- Local, state, national, tribal, and international campaigns -- Local outreach campaigns -- State outreach campaigns -- National outreach campaigns -- Tribal outreach campaigns -- An international campaign -- 9. Responding to challenges -- Defining abuse -- Responding to a multicultural society -- Defining capacity for specific tasks -- Service needs -- Meeting the challenge of "consumer choice" -- Research challenges and needs -- Evaluating the impact of services -- Assessing the impact of abuse definitions on practice -- The economic costs of elder abuse -- Shedding light on "help-seeking" -- Predicting helpers' risk of abusing -- Professional training needs -- Challenges to coordination and collaboration -- Ethical challenges -- 10. Moving forward -- Guiding principles -- A holistic response -- A continuum of service options -- Addressing cultural differences -- A public health perspective -- Long-term services -- An approach : case management -- An agenda -- Promoting research -- Training -- Filling service gaps -- Advocacy -- References
Control code
170955492
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xix, 299 pages
Isbn
9780826103277
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007041128
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(Sirsi) o170955492

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