Abuse Quizzes & Trivia

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ELDER ABUSE AND NEGLECT QUIZPlease enter your full first AND last name

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 255
  • Sample Question
    Elderly people with dementia who are living with the caregiver are at a higher risk of abuse than the general population of people over 65.

Child abuse is common in the world today and a lot has been done concerning it. However, are you aware that there is elder abuse? If you didn't, now you do. The quiz below tests your knowledge on elder abuse.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 166
  • Sample Question
    Which of the following is frequently a characteristic of a potential perpetrator or abuser?

Please watch the OIG Video and then complete the quiz

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 112
  • Sample Question
    You are a mandated reporter of known or suspected abuse




Abuse Questions & Answers


Which of the following are examples on neglect? If neglect is defined as the failure to provide needed care.
1. Over or under medicating2. Leaving an older person alone for long periods of time3. Failure to provide adequate food or clothingHitting, slapping, kicking or punching is abuse, not neglect.
What kind of behaviours constitute financial abuse?
Financial abuse is that kind of abuse wherein someone's property, money, and other valuable items are taken away illegally or without any authorization. Fraudulently obtaining the power of attorney of an older man constitutes financial abuse. Here a
What are indicators of possible emotional abuse?
The care recipient’s behavior changes. He or she begins to withdraw, appears depressed,and/or cries frequently. The caregiver talks down to, humiliates, or shouts at the person in their care.
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