The infliction of physical pain or injury, sexual assault or molestation, or use of physical or chemical restraints for punishment, without or beyond the scope of, a doctor's order.
The failure to fulfill a caretaking duty, such as assisting in personal cleanliness, providing enough healthy food, clothing or shelter or protecting a person from health and safety hazards.
The illegal or unethical exploitation and/or use of an elder’s funds, property or other assets.
The desertion of an elder by someone who is a caregiver.
The removal, without the consent of the senior’s conservator, of a senior to another state.
Preventing an elder from receiving mail, telephone calls or visitors.
The infliction of fear, agitation, confusion through threats, harassment or other forms of intimidating behavior.
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