People with Dementia are Vunerable to Elder Abuse

 

On today’s episode, Lisa brings attention to the fact that seniors who suffer from dementia are more vulnerable to elder abuse than those who are not cognitively impaired. She identifies the various categories of actions towards seniors that are considered by law to fall under the definition of elder abuse, the warning signs to look for, and the resources available to report any suspicions of elder abuse.

In her What’s News segment, Lisa provides updated study information that finds 11 key factors that can contribute to a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and measures one can take to lower their risk. The study also revealed that the study results have allowed scientists to develop a tool that can predict whether someone will develop the condition within the next 14 years! Such a breakthrough!

We are providing you with the Audio Interview with Lisa Skinner on Dementia and  Elder Abuse:

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Lisa Skinner
Email:lpaglia1@yahoo.com

Website: Truth Lies & Alzheimers
Checkout the Webpage for Lisa: Lisa Skinner
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