Lanzone Morgan, LLP - Information on Common Perpetrators of Abuse
Care Custodians - an administrator or an employee of any public or
private entity having responsibility for care or services to elder, dependent,
or disabled adults, or any persons providing care or services thereto,
including support and maintenance staff.
Nursing Homes & Rehabilitation Facilities - those facilities
that are licensed as skilled nursing facilities through the Department of Public
Health that take in elderly, dependent, and disabled adults for the
purpose of providing custodial care services while the resident is
undergoing rehabilitation from an acute injury.
Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly - commonly referred
to as assisted living facilities, these facilities are licensed by the
Department of Social Services to provide non-medical, custodial
assistance to elderly, dependent, and disabled adults. This assistance
primarily consists of room, board, medication management, and limited
assistance with activities of daily living.
Adult Day Care Centers - These facilities are designed to provide
care and companionship for elder, dependent, and disabled adults who
need assistance or supervision during the day. These facilities allow family
or friends providing care to the individual adult to go to work, handle
personal business or just relax while the individual adult is supervised by
Hospitals - facilities licensed by the Department of Public Health to
provide acute care services. Often times, abuse and neglect in these
facilities occur when elderly, dependent, or disabled persons have
prolonged stays in acute care facilities that are ill-equipped to handle the
custodial care needs of their patients for extended periods of time.
Caregivers - individuals hired by the elderly, dependent, or
disabled adult (or by their family members) to assist the adult individual
with activities of daily living in their home such as grocery shopping,
cooking, cleaning, and other activities of daily living.
Solicitors - persons who seek out elder, dependent, or disabled
adults for the purpose of taking advantage of the individual adult by
selling them goods or services not needed or wanted but rather for the
purpose of wrongfully taking from the individual adult their personal or
Family Members - sons, daughters, nieces, nephews, and other
persons related to the individual adult.
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