The Department of Aging is responsible for oversight and implementation of the Older Adults Protective Services Act (OAPSA) for individuals over the age of 60. The passage of the protective services law reinforced Pennsylvania's commitment to. Protective Services. The Older Adults Protective Services Act protects Pennsylvanians 60 years of age and older against physical, emotional, or financial abuse as well as exploitation, neglect, or abandonment. Reporting of abuse is mandatory for employees and administrators in care settings.
• The Adult Protective Services (APS) Law (Act 70 of 2010) was enacted to provide protective services to adults between 18 and 59 years of age who have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities • Funding first provided during state fiscal year 201213-. The Adult Protection component of the Erie County Department of Social Services provides assessments and then can provide a variety of specialized protective services to vulnerable adults, ages 18 and older whose condition or circumstances make them vulnerable to abuse, neglect, and exploitation by others.
(ii) When, after reasonable efforts to gain access to the older adult, the protective services caseworker is denied access, the caseworker shall document the efforts made and take action, as appropriate, under § 15.61 or § 15.71 (relating to access to persons; and involuntary intervention by emergency court order). (2) Priority report. The APS map is designed to provide easy access to information on reporting suspected abuse nationwide. For information on Long-Term Care Ombudsman programs for residents of nursing homes, board & care homes or assisted living facilities, please visit the National Long-Term Care Ombudsman Resource Center website. Click on the state, or territories of Puerto Rico or Guam, for which you wish .
Protective Services. Elder abuse can present itself in various forms - physical abuse, sexual abuse, psychological abuse, financial exploitation, caregiver neglect and self neglect. Each year hundreds of thousands of older persons are abused, neglected and exploited by family members and others. ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES. Calls involving individuals 18-59 years of age who are incapacitated, lack an advocate, are at imminent risk and are possible victims of abuse, neglect, exploitation or abandonment are also handled by the 24-hour Montgomery County Elder Abuse Hotline number. 1 .
Allegheny County DHS - Older Adult Protective Services Area Agency on Aging: Send the URL of this service profile via SMS text message. The Montgomery County Office of Senior Services (MCOSS) is committed to enhancing the lives of our residents age 60 and over and their families through advocacy, education and provision of programs designed to meet the unique needs of this population.