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ABA #12 State-Level Adult Guardianship Data: An Exploratory Survey (August 2006)

Available Online
ABA #11 The Availability and Utility of Interdisciplinary Data on Elder Abuse: A White Paper for the National Center on Elder Abuse (May 2006)

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ABA #10 2004/2003 State APS Law: Topics covered in the Amendments (2005)

Available Online
ABA #9 2004 State Legislation Amending APS Laws (2005, 6 pp)

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ABA #8 2003 State Legislation Amending APS Laws (2005, 6 pp)

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ABA #7 Good Guardianship: Promising Practice Ideas on Community Links (2003, 2 pp)

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ABA #6 Good Guardianship: Promising Practice Ideas on Court Links for Agencies on Aging, Adult Protective Services, and Long-term Care Ombudsman (2003, 2 pp)

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ABA #5 Federal regulatory agencies' opinion letter about Michigan's bank reporting procedures

$10.00
(set of ABA #3,#4,#5)
ABA #4 Can Bank Tellers Tell? - Legal Issues Relating to Banks Reporting Financial Abuse of the Elderly

$10.00
(set of ABA #3,#4,#5)
ABA #3 Legal Issues Related to Bank Reporting of Suspected Elder Financial Abuse. Abridged Version

$10.00
(set of ABA #3,#4,#5)
ABA #2 Elder Abuse in the State Courts: Three Curricula for Judges and Court Staff (1997)

Contains three interdisciplinary curricula, a Conferees' Manual and bibliography, templates for overhead transparencies, sample hypotheticals and evaluation questionnaires, and resource information for use in training judges and court staff about elder abuse and domestic violence in later life. A very limited number of free copies are available from the Commission for distribution to persons/organizations that will use the curricula for the purpose for which it was intended. To request a copy of the curricula manual, contact the Commission to provide an explanation of why you would like to receive the book.
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ABA #1 Recommended Guidelines for State Courts Handling Cases Involving Elder Abuse (1996, 164 pp)

Provides the 29 recommendations of the Elder Abuse and State Courts project with commentary about their development. Also includes over 100 pages of charts indicating provisions of protective services, institutional abuse, long-term care ombudsman program, and criminal statutes in every state and the District of Columbia.
$20.00 (+$3.95 s/h)

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