Elder Abuse Prevention Training Learning Path

Elder Abuse Training Learning PathTOPICS COVERED IN THIS SESSION:

  • Types of elder abuse
  • Signs of elder abuse
  • Signs of abusive caretakers
  • Victims of elder abuse
  • Role of ADSD in elder abuse cases
  • Mandated Reporting



This is the Elder Abuse Prevention Training presented by the State of Nevada Aging & Disability Services Division

Elder abuse is an under recognized problem with devastating and even life threatening consequences.

Every day, headlines throughout the U.S. paint a grim picture of seniors who have been abused, neglected, and exploited, often by people they trust the most. Abusers may be spouses, family members, personal acquaintances, or professionals in positions of trust; or opportunistic strangers who prey on the vulnerable.

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Elder Abuse Training Module

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See How you rank: Take the Pre-Test

 Movie  Take the Pre-Test 

Test your existing knowledge and take the pretest to see how much you already know about elder abuse. After taking the pretest move on through our learning modules and take the final exam. 


Let's Begin: Introduction to the Training

 Movie  Introduction to the Training

This video provides an introduction to your trainer, Jennifer Williams as well as reviewing the topics for this session.  You must watch Part 1 and Part 2 to receive credit for this training.



Part 1: What is Elder Abuse?

 Movie  What is Elder Abuse?

 This video discusses the four types of elder abuse, provides case examples and discusses the signs of elder abuse.



Part 2: Characteristics of Abusive Caregivers


Characteristics of Abusive Caregivers

This video provides the learner with information to recognize the signs of abusive caretakers and gives facts on elder abuse.  The training is concluded with an overview of the Nevada Elder Abuse Law including reporting a suspicion of crime, mandated reporters and the role of ADSD in elder abuse cases.



Final Exam: Take the Final Exam

 Movie  Take the Final Exam

Congratulations you have finished all the videos please take the final exam and receive a certificate of completion.




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