Elderly abuse reports in the U.S. by category 2003

Elderly abuse reports in the United States in 2003, by category*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 14, 2008
Elderly abuse reports in the U.S. by category 2003 This survey displays the share of investigated and substantiated elderly abuse reports by category in the United States as of 2003. During that year, about 12.5 percent of investigated elderly abuse reports were categorized as physical abuse. Neglect can be defined as the refusal or failure to fulfill one's obligations to an elderly person and includes paying for necessary home care services. Many cases of elderly abuse remain unreported and thus, may be massively underestimated.
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Elderly abuse reports in the United States in 2003, by category*

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