Adult Protective Services Act
APS investigates reports of , neglect, and exploitation of adults 60 years of age or older and incapacitated adults age 18 or older. If protective services are
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Adult Protective Services. Adult Protective Services staff investigate reports of , neglect (including self-neglect) or financial exploitation of adults who are
Adult Protective Services (APS) We are here to help you. Our services are voluntary. We will not force you to move or do anything against your own will.
History: About Adult Protective Services from 1960 to 2000. The history of Adult Protective Services in the United States is difficult to trace.
Adult Protective Services Consumer content on this page has moved. Please visit the new Adult protection page at mn.gov/dhs under People We Serve and Partners and
The mission of the Adult Protective Services Division is to support and enable County Departments to protect elderly and disabled adults from , neglect, and
What’s New with NAPSA? REPORT , NEGLECT AND FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION OF VULNERABLE ADULTS! Need to make a report to adult protective services?
(320 ILCS 20/1) (from Ch. 23, par. 6601) Sec. 1. Short title. This Act shall be known and may be cited as the Adult Protective Services Act.
Family and Adult Consultative Services Branch (502) 564-7043. Adult Protective and General Adult Services are directed toward preserving vulnerable individuals