The University of Southern California’s (USC) Center on Elder Mistreatment serves as the central location for information about elder abuse activities at USC.
Social Distancing, Self-Isolation, Quarantine, all good ideas to flatten the curve of the Corona virus. But if you are already a socially isolated older adult, already susceptible to fraud or abuse, we need you to be extra vigilant right now. There may be individuals who use this uncertain time as a means to defraud and frighten.READ MORE
Annie Nguyen, PhD shares several posters and presentations from the annual American Public Health Association Conference.READ MORE
Laura Mosqueda, MD, Dean, Keck School of Medicine of USC was interviewed by Doctor Radio to talk about Elder Abuse, Caregivers, and Antibiotics issues. *Please note login as a guest to listen to this exclusive interview.READ MORE
On November 20, Duke Han, PhD and Deputy Director of the NCEA Julie Schoen were interviewed by the Alzheimer's Prevention Bulletin about the research related to why older adults are more vulnerable to financial abuse.READ MORE
Read the new article reports the findings of a multi-method, cross-site comparison of four California Forensic Centers.READ MORE
Read our new Important Findings from the NCEA Resource Line blog!READ MORE