Elder abuse is an important but underrecognized and underreported public health problem. Early recognition, reporting, evaluation, and follow-up of elder abuse is critical. Specific understanding of the reporting process is essential to increase recognition, evaluation, and intervention in cases of elder abuse. Special consideration should be given to addressing possible urgent or emergent physical health issues. Involvement with social work is useful to address placement and follow-up of suspected victims of elder abuse.
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