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Pursuant to Public Act 15-236, the Commission on Aging was charged with conducting a study concerning best practices for reporting and identification of the abuse, neglect, exploitation and abandonment of older adults. This reports further...
Pursuant to Section 17b-420(c) of the Connecticut General Statutes, the Legislative Commission on Aging is charged with submitting a Results-Based Accountability Report annually to the Connecticut General Assembly. Results-based accountability (RBA) is...
Pursuant to Public Act 15-236, Connecticut's Legislative Commission on Aging has established a clearing house for best practices and training resources for financial agents on elder abuse and exploitation. Public Act 15-236 also requires financial...
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