Caregiver or Perpetrator Neglect eLearning

This eLearning course focuses on neglect that is perpetrated by formal and informal caregivers. This course is designed to help participants develop the tools needed to conduct a neglect investigation and to develop plans to help to reduce the risk of future neglect (1.5 CEs).

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Caregiver or Perpetrator Neglect Instructor-Led Training

In this engaging and highly interactive introductory training, participants learn the necessary and essential components for effective investigations of caregiver neglect. Trainees will understand common physical and behavioral indicators of caregiver neglect; learn factors that contribute to client risk of caregiver neglect; identify the barriers to determining whether caregiver neglect is intentional vs. unintentional; identify the domains of assessing allegations of neglect; demonstrate best practices in interviewing perpetrators; and identify key principles of service planning.

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Deed Theft and Foreclosure Rescue Scams Mini-module eLearning

This is the eLearning course, Deed Theft and Foreclosure Rescue Scams. This mini-module is part of the Core Curriculum Module 12 – Your Financial Exploitation Toolbox. This training was developed by the APS Training Project Bay Area Academy, San Francisco State University and the Academy for Professional Excellence, a project of San Diego State University School of Social Work.

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Dynamics of Abusive Relationships eLearning

This introductory course will help adult protective services (APS) professionals understand the dynamics of vulnerable adult abuse to enhance victim safety. You will learn about the definition of vulnerable adult abuse and the various dynamics, which underlie vulnerable adult abuse including the dynamics of power and control. You will explore the role of APS in cases of potential abuse and how power and control dynamics might inform case interventions. You will also learn why some victims may refuse services and stay with the abuser (1.5 CEs).

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Dynamics of Abusive Relationships Instructor-Led Training

In this introductory training, participants will be taught how to define elder abuse, identify the various dynamics underlying elder abuse and why some victims refuse services and remain with their abusers, and explore how the dynamics might inform services offered by APS.

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Elder Sexual Abuse eLearning

This self-paced interactive eLearning participants teaches the myths and realities of sexual violence as it relates to APS clients. Participants learn how to recognize and discuss sexual victimization, how to screen for and interview clients regarding sexual abuse and what interventions to offer victims (1 CE).

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Elder Sexual Abuse Instructor-Led Training

In this engaging and highly interactive introductory training, participants learn the myths and realities of sexual violence as it relates to APS clients. They will learn how to recognize and discuss sexual victimization, how to screen for and interview clients regarding sexual abuse and what interventions to offer victims.

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Financial Exploitation Instructor-Led Training

In this engaging and highly interactive introductory training, participants learn the necessary and essential components for effective financial exploitation investigations.

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Identity Theft Mini-Module eLearning

This is the eLearning course, Identity Theft and Credit Card Fraud. This mini-module is part of the Core Curriculum Module 12 – Your Financial Exploitation Toolbox. This training was developed by the APS Training Project Bay Area Academy, San Francisco State University and the Academy for Professional Excellence a project of San Diego State University School of Social Work.

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Living Trust and Annuities Scams Mini-module eLearning

This is the eLearning course, Living Trust and Annuities Scams. This mini-module is part of the Core Curriculum Module 12 – Your Financial Exploitation Toolbox. This training was developed by the APS Training Project Bay Area Academy, San Francisco State University and the Academy for Professional Excellence, a project of San Diego State University School of Social Work.

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Power of Attorney Mini-module eLearning

This is the eLearning course, Power of Attorney Abuses. This mini-module is part of the Core Curriculum Module 12 – Your Financial Exploitation Toolbox. This training was developed by the APS Training Project Bay Area Academy, San Francisco State University and the Academy for Professional Excellence, a project of San Diego State University School of Social Work.

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Responding to Physical Elder Abuse and Neglect eLearning

This self-paced interactive eLearning brings together forensic research, geriatric medical information tailored for elder physical abuse investigators, and practical field skills. Learn to differentiate between suspicious and non-suspicious situations and develop your strategies for investigating when physical abuse is suspected (2 CEs).

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Reverse Mortgage Abuse Mini-module eLearning

This is the eLearning course, Reverse Mortgage Abuse. This mini-module is part of the Core Curriculum Module 12 – Your Financial Exploitation Toolbox. This training was developed by the APS Training Project Bay Area Academy, San Francisco State University and the Academy for Professional Excellence, a project of San Diego State University School of Social Work.

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Undue Influence Mini-module eLearning

This is the eLearning course, Undue Influence. This mini-module is part of the Core Curriculum Module 12 – Your Financial Exploitation Toolbox. This training was developed by the APS Training Project Bay Area Academy, San Francisco State University and the Academy for Professional Excellence, a project of San Diego State University School of Social Work.

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Working with Self-Neglecting Clients eLearning

In this interactive and thought-provoking introductory eLearning, you will learn to define self-neglect, its prevalence and indicators; distinguish self-neglect from other conditions; assess self-neglect in five domains; develop safety and risk reduction interventions for self-neglecting adults; document appropriate elements in self-neglect cases; and identify community partners in self-neglect cases (1.5 CEs upon completion of 3-part eLearning).

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Working with Self-Neglecting Clients Instructor-Led Training

In this interactive and thought-provoking introductory training, new APS workers and their allied partners will learn the definition of self neglect, how prevalent it is in our society and the risk factors and indicators to watch for when assessing a case.

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