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Elder Abuse Task Force Announces New Online Trainings on the Signs of Abuse

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Elder Abuse Task Force Announces New Online Trainings on the Signs of Abuse

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel today announced a new series of training videos from Michigan’s Elder Abuse Task Force. The training, via the Department’s YouTube channel, focuses on recognizing, reporting and preventing elder abuse, neglect and exploitation.

While the videos are geared toward in-home caregivers for older and vulnerable adults, the 11 short sessions can be helpful to anyone concerned about the well-being of our most vulnerable populations across the state.

The sessions are between three and seven minutes, and pack a wealth of information into the short timeframe. Topics include: person-centered support, recognizing and understanding stressors, conflict resolution, signs of abuse, and more.  

The Task Force launched in 2019 and consists of more than 55 different organizations in the public, private and nonprofit sections – all working together to combat elder abuse.  

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More information is available on the Task Force’s webpage

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