Neglect can be....
1) _____ neglect: Failure to provide adequate food, clothing, shelter, hygiene, protection, or supervision.
2) ______ neglect: Failure to provide love, security, affection, emotional support, or psychological care when needed. Exposure to interpersonal violence may also be considered a type of neglect.
3) ______ neglect: Lack of proper enrollment in school, lack of supervision of school attendance, or failure to meet essential educational needs.
4) ______ neglect: Delay in or refusal to seek medical care or dental car, resulting in damage to the child's well-being.
1) Physical Abuse:
- Willful infliction of physical pain/injury
- Hitting, slapping, shaking, striking with objects, physical/chemical restraints
2) Sexual Abuse
- Nonconsensual Sexual Contact
- Rape, unwanted touching, innuendos, sexual advances
3) Psychological Abuse
- Conduct resulting in mental/emotional anguish
- Threats to institutionalize or withdraw medication, nutrition, or hydration
4) Financial or Material Exploitation
- Misappropriating an older person's assets for someone else's benefit
- Theft/blackmail, coercion to change wills or other legal documents that counters victim's best interest
5) Neglect (50% of cases)
- Failure to provide goods/services necessary for maintaining health and avoiding harm/illness