Identifying and responding to elder abuse in intergenerational households

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If you are supporting someone who is older or lives with an older person, it is vital you can recognise elder abuse and respond appropriately.


Intergenerational living is most often a joy. Bringing family members of all ages under the one roof can provide rich opportunities for relatives to support, care for and bond with each other. However, intergenerational households can also be a site where the abuse of vulnerable members of the family, including older people, occurs. This resource will explain how to – as a professional – identify and respond to elder abuse in these settings.

Resource details

Resource type: Booklet
Download file type: 4-page PDF
Best print size: A4