National adult protective services conference
NAPSA conference attendees collaborate with clients, families, the legal system, healthcare providers, and many other professionals. More than executive directors, managers and supervisors, as well as direct service personnel, will attend the NAPSA virtual conference, the only national conference on the increasingly visible problems of elder and vulnerable adult abuse. Although it is not what we had previously expected, we are very excited to continue more than three decades of educating professionals and allied partners in the field of adult abuse. Normal conference attendance is well over professionals, however we are expecting more attendees than ever this year since virtual conferences are less expensive and more easily accessible for everyone.
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National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative
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Simulation training is widely recognized as an effective training modality in various fields of employment. This presentation will provide an overview and video demonstration of the County of Orange Adult Protective Services APS simulation training for attendees seeking to incorporate experiential learning in their respective training programs. This simulation training was the first of its kind in the state of California, specifically developed for APS social workers. The simulation training facilitates professional development which translates to enhanced engagement with the older adult and disabled adult communities it serves. The goal of the presentation is to provide attendees with information highlighting the ways in which simulation training reinforces adult learning theory, guidelines on how to create simulation role-plays, and how to facilitate strengths-based feedback for employees. Attendees will have an opportunity to participate in a facilitated discussion and receive a simulation step-by-step handbook that can be customized to individual program needs.
Vulnerable Oregonians get a voice at national adult protective services conference in Portland
A person who believes or has reason to believe an endangered adult is the victim of battery, neglect or exploitation is required to report the facts to Adult Protective Services or a law enforcement agency having jurisdiction over the endangered adult. A report to Adult Protective Services may be made by calling the state hotline number or by contacting the appropriate APS Investigative Unit directly. Any emergency report should be made directly to law enforcement. A person who makes a report in good faith is immune from any civil or criminal liability.
Skip to content. Every year, an estimated 2. Below is a sampling of findings from the National Center on Elder Abuse NCEA that show what is known about the incidence and prevalence of elder abuse and neglect:. Approximately 14 million seniors aged 65 and over, and 19 million adults aged 18 to 64, have a disability. Unfortunately, some of these vulnerable individuals are abused by family members, service providers, care assistants and others.
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