The existence of any one or more of these indicators does not necessarily mean that abuse has occurred. Instead, treat them as signs that diligent attention or investigation is needed.
Physical Warning Signs
Behavioral Warning Signs
Financial Abuse Warning Signs
Isolation Warning Signs
California Department of Justice's Bureau of Medi‐Cal Fraud & Elder
Abuse and Crime & Violence Prevention Center, in conjunction with the
AARP. "A Citizen’s Guide to Preventing & Reporting Elder Abuse." Office
of the Attorney General California Department of Justice. Page 16-17.
Retrieved on 19 January 2015.