The NCEA is pleased to announce a new checklist, “Home is Where the Heart Is.” Ensuring the health and welfare of our friends and family is of the utmost importance, even if you’re caring for them from distance.
Whether you are visiting over a long weekend or checking in over the phone, this checklist will give you tips on how to stay socially connected with your older loved ones and prevent elder abuse: http://eldermistreatment.usc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/NCEA_HomeHeart_Checklist.pdf
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