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Community Collaboration: A Recommendation for APS

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This paper offers practical tools that adult protective service providers can use to collaborate with other community organizations and be able to offer a greater variety of supportive and effective services.
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May 2007

Barriers to and Promising Practices for Collaboration between Adult Protective Services and Domestic Violence Service Providers

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The paper describes the roles of the Adult Protective Services and domestic violence services and discusses barriers to collaboration between the two service systems. It then presents promising practices of collaborative initiatives.
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Older Women: Hidden Sexual Abuse Victims

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In several studies, the offenders were most often male relatives of the victim (e.g. an adult son, husband) and a frequent form of abuse was vaginal rape of women and anal rape of men. With respect U.S. state law on marital rape, it reports that some states that have criminalized marital rape still "exclude husbands if their wives have temporary or permanent mental or physical disabilities". Comments to Consider when using this piece: