Elder-Abuse.net Responds to Rising Elder Abuse Cases in the U.S.

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Elder-Abuse.net announces the release of new informational articles in response to the rising number of elder abuse cases in the states.

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Our elders are one of our top priorities. They are the people that worked so hard and paved the way to create the world we live in today.

Elder-Abuse.net is a company that has long understood the need for elders to learn legal and social strategies to prevent the various types of abuse that occur in the country. There are thousands of cases for physical, financial, and neglectful abuse that leave this country’s most vulnerable citizens without any help.

The staff at Elder-Abuse.net has taken it upon themselves to create a comprehensive list of articles that are aimed at helping elders, and the people closest to them, learn how to properly analyze the signs of abuse and who to contact in order to receive the proper help.

According to the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA), there has been a rise in reported cases of elder abuse, likely due to the rise in the elder populous.

In response to this fact, spokesman for the site, Ronald Miller, issued a statement along with the new collection of information articles. “Our elders are one of our top priorities. They are the people that worked so hard and paved the way to create the world we live in today. We need to take every measure possible to ensure that friends, family, and the individual elders themselves understand what abuse is and how to combat the problem.”

Elder-Abuse.net has been a popular source for elder abuse material, listing laws that protect elders and helpful tips that are intended to inform people as well as “dispel the myth that elder abuse is something to be ashamed of . . .” as Miller puts it.

Miller and his team believe that arming people with the knowledge they need to identify and protect themselves from the people they care about is the best and only solution to the silent epidemic.

Among the growing list of topics they cover on their site, their new collection includes laws that protect the elderly from abuse, how to report a case of elder abuse, and even the right agencies to contact for every state in the country.

Miller and the staff at Elder-Abuse.net hope that people will take it upon themselves to look into this epidemic and try to apply that knowledge to identify possible cases so they can notify the appropriate authorities to the matter. This is the way Miller believes will help lower the number of yearly cases of elder abuse.

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