Getting Ahead of the Curve to Prevent Elder Mistreatment in the United States
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Getting Ahead of the Curve to Prevent Elder Mistreatment in the United States
  • Published Date:

    2020

  • Source:
    Generations. 44(1):103-105
  • Language:
    English
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    Generations
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    Elder mistreatment is an important public health problem that can be prevented. By investing in upstream prevention and taking a multigenerational approach, the U.S. can help create communities where older adults are safe, thriving, and living out the remainder of their lives free from abuse and exploitation. The need to do so has never been more pressing as the U.S. is on the precipice of historic population changes that could place a substantial burden on families, communities, and systems of care and protection for older adults. This article describes these changes and how public health efforts can make a difference.
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    32549651
  • Pubmed Central ID:
    PMC7299330
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