The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) is proud to offer the 36th Annual Adult Protective Services Training Conference in Corpus Christi, Texas, October 30-November 2, 2018. This conference provides comprehensive information on the prevention of abuse against the elderly and people with disabilities. NAPSA Conference Scholarship T-shirt Fundraiser. Each year the National Adult Protective Services Association offers scholarship opportunities for its members who are employed by an adult protective services program. This year NAPSA is offering a t-shirt fundraiser through ChariTEES. Proceeds will go toward funding future conference scholarships.
Release of the NAPSA Adult Protective Services Abuse Registry National Report The concept of Adult Protective Service (APS) Abuse Registries has long been discussed and debated among APS staff, advocates, and other colleagues throughout the nation. 1 people interested. Check out who is attending exhibiting speaking schedule & agenda reviews timing entry ticket fees. 2019 edition of National Adult Protective Services Association Conference will be held at Omni Interlocken Hotel, Broomfield starting on 19th August. It is a 3 day event organised by Adult Protective Services and will conclude on 21-Aug-2019.
The Division Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) has a mission to assist aging and vulnerable adults, their families, and caregivers in achieving healthy, safe, and independent lifestyles, through advocacy, protection, education, and stewardship of public resources. The Older Adults Protective Services Act (OAPSA), which was amended by Act 13 of 1997, mandates reporting requirements on suspected abuse. Any person who believes that an older adult is being abused, neglected, exploited or abandoned may call the elder abuse hotline. The hotline is .
DSAS is the mandated provider of adult protective services in Cuyahoga County. The intent of the adult protective services is to protect and assist adults 60+ who may be victims of abuse, neglect, self-neglect and/or financial exploitation. APS is mandated by the Ohio Revised Code (Section 5101.60 and 5101.71). Adult Protective Services responsibilities include: Investigating reports of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of adults who are elderly or have disabilities. Conducting investigations and providing services when those adults live in the community. Educating the public about prevention of elder abuse.