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NAPSA #12 Training More Staff With Less Money: Trainer Guide (September 2005, 82p.)

NCEA/NAPSA State Trainers' Conference on Distance Learning
No cost
NAPSA #13 Training More Staff With Less Money: Participant Manual (September 2005, 60p.)

NCEA/NAPSA State Trainers' Conference on Distance Learning
No cost
NAPSA #14 Training More Staff With Less Money: PowerPoint Slides (September 2005)

NCEA/NAPSA State Trainers' Conference on Distance Learning (Requires PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer)
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NAPSA #11 Filling the Gaps: Adult Protective Services Resource Development (2005, 107 p.)

No cost
NAPSA #10 State Adult Protective Services Training Programs 2002 a report prepared for the National Center on Elder Abuse (2002, 76 p.)

No cost
NAPSA #11 Formative Evaluation of Adult Protective Services Curricula (2003, 5 p.)

No cost
NAPSA #9 2001 Survey Report: State Adult Protective Services Program Responses to Financial Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults (2003, 48 pp)

No cost
NAPSA #8 The 2000 State Adult Protective Services Survey Results (2003, 85 pp)

Over the past two decades, the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA) has commissioned several studies to provide some quantification of the prevalence of elder abuse in the United States. The 2000 Survey of State Adult Protective Services collected data on both the elderly and younger adults with disabilities, although previous NCEA studies have examined abuse of older adults only. The 2000 Survey stands out from previous NCEA studies in its inclusion of younger, vulnerable adults.
No cost
NAPSA #6 State Adult Protective Services Data Management Systems, 2001 (2002, 43 pp)

Summarizes findings from the 1997 Survey of States' APS Information Systems and the 2000 Survey of States indicating the capacities of existing State APS data management systems.
$15.00
NAPSA #7 Problems Facing Adult Protective Services Programs and the Resources Needed to Resolve Them (2003, 13 pp)

No cost
NAPSA #5 Adult Protective Services Ethical Principles and Best Practice Guidelines (2001, 1 pp)

A consensus statement by NAPSA members articulating what should be the guiding values, principles, and practice guidelines of Adult Protective Services.
No cost
NAPSA #4 Adult Protective Services Compilation of Workload Studies and Caseload Data (1997, 9 pp)

Data from 26 APS programs. Provides recommended caseloads, current average caseloads, and average length of time APS cases are open, as well as a list of state contacts.
$15.00
NAPSA #3 Report by the Adult Services Task Force on the Perspective of the States on a Federal Adult Protective Services Statute (1995, 143 pp)

Includes APS eligibility issues, services to be included in a model federal APS statute, service access and reporting issues, service delivery and coordination issues, funding and administration, and survey respondents. Forty-seven states and the District of Columbia participated in the survey.
$15.00
NAPSA #2 A National Study of Involuntary Protective Services to Adult Protective Services Clients (1993, 42 pp)

This study presents information derived from 42 states on providing protective services without the consent of the client. The survey found that although most states have the ability to provide involuntary services, over 90% of APS clients consent to services.
$15.00
NAPSA #1 A National Study of Self-Neglecting Adult Protective Services Clients (1991, 30 pp)

National study of 30 states. Characteristics of APS self-neglecting clients including age, sex, income, social supports, health, substance abuse, mental impairments, functioning and failure to perform activities of daily living, contrasted with characteristics of other APS clients. Includes service implications and conclusions.
$15.00

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