Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Elder Abuse Mandatory Reporting Training

Mesa County Department of Human Services is offering this training on mandatory reporting of at-risk elder abuse, neglect and exploitation on Thursday May 22 from 11:00am-1:00pm in Conference Room 1060 in the Department of Human Services Building 510 29 ½ Rd GJ. The free training will answer questions about the new law and provide information on the following:   What is mandatory reporting?
Who is required to report? 
 What situations must be reported and to whom? 
How to make a report to Adult Protection Services (APS) and Law Enforcement?

This training will be provided at no cost to organizations such as- Medical personnel, long term care facility personnel, mental health professionals, social workers, law enforcement personnel, court appointed guardians and conservators, fire protection personnel, pharmacists, dentists, bank personnel, home health providers and affiliated parties, emergency medical service providers, physical therapists, clergy and chiropractors...the list goes on……

Help us pull back the curtain on elder abuse!
PLEASE CONTACT WESTERN CO 211 TO FOR MORE INFORMATION.

CALL 211 FROM A LAND LINE OR 9702448400 VIA CELL PHONE.

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