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  Title Research. Clinical brief: recognizing, reporting and responding to dependent adult abuse
Journal Top Integr Health Care. 2011 ;2(3):Online access only 8 p
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes Dependent adult abuse is an under-recognized problem affecting many disabled adults and older persons living in their homes or in institutional settings. Elder abuse, the most common form of dependent adult abuse, may present as physical, emotional/psychological, or sexual abuse; financial exploitation; and neglect, abandonment, or self-neglect. Health care professionals should be aware of the signs and symptoms of dependent adult abuse, and know how to report suspected cases accordingly. Manual therapists may need to modify treatment approaches for patients with a history of dependent adult abuse.

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