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Elder Justice: More Federal Coordination and Public Awareness Needed
Kay Brown (au)
As the percentage of older adults in the population increases, the number of older adults at risk of abuse also is growing. At the same time, constraints on public funds may limit assistance to the growing population of older adults in need. This report reviewed elder justice program issues. It addresses: (1) the extent to whichthere is fragmentation, overlap, or duplication across the federal grantprograms that support elder justice; (2) the extent to which federalprograms coordinate their efforts and monitor elder justice outcomes; and (3) how state aging agencies, area agencies on aging, and service providers deliver federal elder justice services and what challenges, if any, they face in doing so. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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