Empowering Elder Abuse Organizations Through Local, State and National Efforts

  • Teaster, Pamela (PI)

Grants and Contracts Details


The subrecipient, under the direction of the NCPEA Project Coordinator, will identify and annually compile the new promising practices in the field of elder abuse and update existing entries. In addition, the subrecipient will prepare no more than three evidence-based papers and presentations for the National Center on Elder Abuse. This data will be posted on the National Center on Elder Abuse web site, administered by the Administration on Aging. Specific activities will include, but are not limited to, categorizing programs, designing and maintaining a standardized system for categorization, and identifying those practices that promote evidence-based success.
Effective start/end date7/1/0812/15/09


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