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Look for any abrasions, bruises, fractures, burns or any other injury \u2013 these may be signs of physical abuse. Look for signs of psychological abuse such as threats, intimidation or humiliation. Signs may include low self-esteem, withdrawal, extreme changes in mood, suicidal behavior, confusion or disorientation.
Elder abuse and neglect is illegal in Pennsylvania. Abusive conduct covered by law includes: Illegal use of chemical and physical restraints. Unreasonable confinement.
Elder abuse and neglect is illegal in Pennsylvania. Abusive conduct covered by law includes: Illegal use of chemical and physical restraints. Unreasonable confinement.
Consequences. Abuse of older people can have serious physical and mental health, financial, and social consequences, including, for instance, physical injuries, premature mortality, depression, cognitive decline, financial devastation and placement in nursing homes.
020(10), mandatory reporters are: DSHS employees. Law enforcement. Social workers and professional school personnel.
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Mandated reporters, by law, must report suspected abuse when you have reason to suspect on the basis of medical, professional or other training and experience, that the child has been abused.
Mandatory Reporting Duty for All Educators Under the amendments to the Act effective in February of 2014, all educators are now man- dated reporters to PDE if they know of any action, inaction or conduct by an educator which constitutes sexual abuse or exploitation or sexual misconduct under the Act.
Violation of the act resulting in serious bodily injury is punished as a felony of the first degree, the penalty for which is a fine of not more than $25,99 and a term of imprisonment of not more than 20 years.
020(10), mandatory reporters are: DSHS employees. Law enforcement. Social workers and professional school personnel.
Person 18 years of age or older who is responsible for the child's welfare or who resides in the same home as the child. Mandated reporters do not have to determine whether or not the person meets the definition of perpetrator in order to make the report.

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