Seven Tips For Protecting Clients From Elder Abuse

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By Wealth Management on 06/09/2017

"...Families must put strategies in place that address the possibility of mental impairment and establish checks and balances to ensure the appropriate safekeeping of their loved ones’ financial assets. According to Jonathan Fitzgerald, director of wealth and fiduciary planning at Wilmington Trust, with the increase in robo-advisor solutions in particular, it’s more important than ever to look at the role active managers can play in protecting elderly individuals from making poor investment decisions. Here are some of his suggestions. ..."

Read the entire article: http://www.wealthmanagement.com/client-relations/seven-tips-protecting-clients-elder-abuse

Elder abuse is public health problem

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By Democrat and Chronicle on 06/10/2017

"...June 15 marks the observance of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day to raise awareness about the social and public health problem of elder mistreatment. Communities around the world take stock of how they can work together to protect older citizens from abuse. ..."

Read the entire article: http://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/opinion/guest-column/2017/06/10/elder-abuse-public-health-problem/381462001/

REVERE SCHOOL STANDS TALL AGAINST BULLYING

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By Item Live on 06/09/2017

"...“There are few schools that stand out for their attitude where kids can safely learn,” said Rusty Sullivan, executive director of the Sports Museum, author of the Boston vs. Bullies program. 

The effort is funded by the Highland Street Foundation, a Newton nonprofit whose mission it to help children and families, and New Balance, the Boston athletic footwear company. ..."

Read the entire article: http://www.itemlive.com/news/revere-school-stands-tall-against-bullying/

Curbing intimate partner abuse among teenagers

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By British Psychological Society on 06/13/2017

"...The two researchers surveyed 265 young people of both sexes aged between 11 and 17 who attended the same secondary school in Cambridgeshire. A range of established psychological measures were used, along with researcher generated questions about teenage experiences of abuse and exposure to social media and gaming. ..."

Read the entire article:http://beta.bps.org.uk/news-and-policy/curbing-intimate-partner-abuse-among-teenagers

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