Adult Protective Services may assist an adult in any living arrangement including nursing homes, group homes, their own homes, homes of relatives or friends, etc. The exception is residents of state operated institutions for individuals with mental illness or developmental disabilities. This exception became effective May As concerned citizens this will be a resource to expose stupidity. Essentially, the abuse of children should be stopped by enforcing the law. If the Criminal Code does not apply to the protection of children what is the purpose of having laws that are not enforced. Nationwide Protest AGAINST dcfs, cps, dhs, dhss, dss, dfps, dcss corruption.
Apr 04, · Development of Adult Protective Services. According to the National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA), over the past several decades, APS agencies have developed from the ground up. They first emerged at the state and local levels and only recently received greater support from the federal government. Adult Protective Services is here to help. APS investigates to assess the adult's risk of harm. If APS concludes that the adult is at risk, it works to arrange for services to protect the adult from further harm. APS strives to help individuals live free from abuse in a manner that supports choice and independence.
Jun 19, · I have big problems finding protection against one of the most abusive groups “customer service”. And wonder where to get help. An example; I lost my benefits at work spring so I got Medicare () and a Medicare hmo with United healthcare. The customer service told me my ppo United healthcare would become the hmo medicare complete plan. Adult Protective Services serves all of Nevada. Vulnerable adult abuse is a crime! If the Aging and Disability Services Division, Adult Protective Service worker believes that a crime has been committed against a vulnerable adult, a referral is made to the appropriate law enforcement agency for possible investigation and prosecution.
Nov 13, · Adult protective services are set up to aid elder adults and Adults-at-Risk who have been abused, neglected, or exploited. If you suspect an elder adult or adult at risk has experienced, is currently experiencing, or is at risk of experiencing abuse, neglect, self-neglect, or financial exploitation, your first step should be to contact the. A study that reviewed newsfeed articles collected daily by the National Association of Adult Protective Services (NAPSA) through an initiative funded by the National Center on Elder Abuse found that instances of fraud perpetrated by strangers comprised 51% of news articles related to elder financial abuse, followed by family, friends, and neighbors (34%), the business sector (12%), and Medicare .