See these resources to learn more about how to identify signs of elder abuse and what to do about it
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Check these websites for other potentially helpful information. The sites below are maintained by other organizations.
Website - National Center on Elder Abuse. This site offers more information on elder law and elder abuse.
Website – Arkansas Adult Protective Services. This site offers information and resources to report elder abuse.
If you received a notice from the Arkansas Department of Human Services that you will be placed on the Adult Maltreatment Central Registry, please consider looking at the Adult Maltreatment Central Registry resources on our website.
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