Abuse Quizzes & Trivia

Child abuse, physical abuse, mental abuse. These terms all conjure up concrete pictures for us. And all of these terms relate to the legal term abuse. Seems straight forward, right? Think again, as these quizzes will alter your perception of the legal term abuse.
 
Picture the boss who places his hand on an employee’s shoulder. Is this abuse? Actually, it is possible. Maybe the employee did not want to be touched and feels this is hinting at a sexual encounter. Therefore, it fits within the parameters of the legal definition of abuse. Even following someone is an abuse - if there is intent to do harm. Watch what you say- and-do as you wrestle with these quizzes on the legal definition of abuse. 

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Abuse Questions and Answers


  • If your roommate asks you information about a client you can share information with them.

  • As mandated reporters, we are required by law to report known or suspected abuse or neglect of a child under the age of 18 to __________________.

  • As a mandated reporter, in the case of medical emergencies, who should be contacted first?

  • Which of the following is frequently a characteristic of a potential perpetrator or abuser?
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  • The most common financial abuse cases involve adult children of At-Risk Persons.
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  • The definition of exploitation or financial abuse is the illegal or unfair taking of an At-Risk Person’s funds or property for another person’s benefit and to the disadvantage of the At-Risk Person.
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  • You are a mandated reporter of known or suspected abuse
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  • An employer can not interfere with your legal obligation to report abuse
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  • You are responsible to report abuse if:
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  • Which of the following is the leading cause of death in the US in individuals between 4 and 34 years of age?
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  • The theory of injury prevention focuses on the modification of 3 major factors that taken as a whole dictate the likelihood and severity of a given traumatic event.  Which of the below is not considered one of these factors? 
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  • In patients who suffer a motor vehicle related injury, several key findings regarding the event have been identified that independently predict a greater probability for a future motor vehicle related injury.  Which of the following is not one of the top 3 factors?
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