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  • General Material
January 2011

Golden Voices: Support Groups for Older Abused Women

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This manual is designed to help professionals start a support group for older survivors of domestic abuse.
  • General Material
January 2007

Abuse in Later Life: Power and Control Dynamics and a Victim-Centered Response

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Heath care professionals, such as nurses and mental health service providers, are in a unique position to identify and address the needs of older victims of abuse. This article focuses on three main topics: the dynamics of abuse in later life, a victim-centered response, and working collaboratively with other disciplines to offer a comprehensive response to these complex cases.
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Domestic Abuse in Later Life Homicides: 5 Year Report

The goal of the report is to generate greater understanding of elder domestic violence homicides and how to prevent future occurrences. ñUntil there is greater understanding of the dynamics of these homicides, our governmental and social service systems will continue to miss opportunities for intervention and prevention.î *See also: Elder Abuse Fatality Review Teams: A Replication Manual [PDF] by Lori A. Stiegel, J.D., American Bar Association Commission on Law & Aging (2005)