Elder Abuse Training Resources
The Center for Elders and the Courts (CEC) is pleased to offer the following training resources.
Elder Abuse Curriculum for State Judicial Educators
The elder abuse curriculum, a joint project of the National Center for State Courts and the Center of Excellence on Elder Abuse and Neglect at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine, offers a three-part curriculum that can be adapted to meet state laws and practices. The entire program can be delivered in three to four hours.
Online Elder Abuse Course (forthcoming)
The online course, Justice Responses to Elder Abuse, open to all persons upon registration, is an extensive program divided into four parts: Aging in America; Enhancing Elder Abuse Awareness; Special Issues and Tools for Courts; and Case Scenarios.
10 Tips Series
This series features seven videos of some of the nation’s leading experts discussing a wide assortment of subjects. Learn about strategies to use in cases involving elderly witnesses, how to establish an elder protection court or Elder Justice Center, how to develop a working relationship with Adult Protection Services, best practices in guardianship appointments, and more.
Additional Training Resources
Check this area for links to training offered by other organizations and for state-specific judicial training programs related to elder abuse.