Is It Elder Financial Fraud? 5 Signs It May Be “Yes”
AARP - 07/03/2013
But there’s another strong source for getting the word out. Terry Fulmer, dean of the Bouve College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University, says that’s “every clinician who comes in contact with an older adult.” She cites more than six million of them, including three million nurses, 600,000 physicians, 300,000 dentists and two million allied health professionals (physical and mental health therapists). Screening for physical and child abuse is standard practice. “We must make screening for fraud also a standard practice,” says Fulmer.