Elder Abuse in 2020

Source: American Society on Aging

Published: 2020


Representatives of NCEA will describe a curated collection of tools and resources that have been developed so that professionals, advocates and members of the public can be equipped with the most current tools and knowledge to prevent elder mistreatment. Learn about our partnerships with national resource centers, federal agencies and private funders. Together we can explore the how field priorities have influenced the work of the NCEA and collaborators.


Eden Ruiz-Lopez, MPA, Assistant Deputy Director, National Center on Elder Abuse ;

Julie Schoen, JD, Deputy Director, National Center on elder Abuse 


Link: Elder Abuse in 2020

Topics: Overview/General

Access: Web-based (Fee)

Intended Use: Self-directed Learning

Audience: Advocates, Community

Level: Basic, Intermediate