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The goal of the Adult Protective Services and Long Term Support Unit is to assist individuals to remain living independently within the least restrictive environment, and to prevent, or at least delay institutionalized care for as long as possible.
The above community support programs are based upon financial eligibility and functional eligibility. Individuals receiving these types of services include adults who, because of being a frail elder, chronically mentally ill, physically disabled, intellectually disabled, having a neurocognitive disorder, or other like incapacities, are in imminent danger of losing their life, liberty, health or property, through the exploitation of others, or through their own inability to care for themselves resulting in abuse or neglect.
Referrals for any of the above programs can be made to the above listed s. After hours, please free to leave a message.
If the abuse or neglect is occurring in a Wisconsin State d Facility, call the Ombudsman for the Elderly and Disabled at If the abuse or neglect is occurring outside of Dodge County, Wisconsin, call the Eldercare Locator at Definitions are from the Wisconsin State Statutes Special Considerations on Physical Abuse: Physical abuse may take the form of partner abuse but may also be perpetrated by friends, caregivers and other family members.
If you witness any of form of violence an emergency call to the police should occur immediately. Any witness or concerned individual should contact the ADRC because the victim commonly requires support as they may be in a situation where they do not have knowledge of the resources nor the power to end the violence. Special Considerations on Financial Exploitation: Financial exploitation is a serious and delicate issue. Usually this crime is perpetrated by a family member or trusted friend. Quite often the victim would like compensation for the crime but due to loyalty they do not want to see the perpetrator charged in a court of law.
Additionally, the victim may not wish to lose their relationship with the perpetrator because that person may fulfill other important roles in the older adult's life i. The goal is to empower the victim to protect assets while reducing the risk for future abuse. Special Considerations on Neglect: Neglect cases are often complex and are not likely to be resolved without professional intervention. Other neglect cases involve caregivers that, for a variety of reasons, cannot or will not provide the level of care necessary for the older adult.
The challenge for the potential reporter of these cases is that often the caregiver is a family member or friend and feelings of loyalty or a fear of retaliation interfere with reporting. If neglect is suspected you are encouraged to report the case to the ADRC for investigation.
Anyone who reports in good faith can have his or her identity held in confidence. Special Considerations on Self-Neglect: Self-neglect cases often arise when an individual's ability to care for themselves in their home environment is compromised by disease, illness or injury. This is a challenging situation for individuals, families and friends.
When these situations persist it is advisable to seek professional outside assistance. The scope of the investigation may include the following:.
Will the person know that I made the report? Wisconsin law does not allow us to release the name of the reporter. However, some people are able to guess as to who may have made a report. This is a common fear and misconception that people hold. It is not our intent to remove people from their homes. Free viewers are required for some of the attached documents. They can be downloaded by clicking on the icons below. Apply for Jump to sub Contact: For additional information, you may The goal of the Adult Protective Services and Long Term Support Unit is to assist individuals to remain living independently within the least restrictive environment, and to prevent, or at least delay institutionalized care for as long as possible.
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