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Elder abuse is more common than you think. Here’s how you can get educated

Family members are the most common perpetrators of elder abuse. That can mean adult children or spouses, and a lot of cases go unreported. If you are suspicious that someone you know may be suffering abuse, it’s important to let the right people know.

Communications Director for AARP Utah, Jennifer Tarazon, shares why only 1 in 24 elder abuse cases gets reported. She shares details on an upcoming conference that will help educate you on this issue.

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