Protecting the elderly


Morrow County Job & Family Services wore Purple for Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15. This day strives to bring awareness on the problem of physical, emotional and financial abuse to elders. Research has shown that elderly abuse, neglect, violence and exploitation is one of the biggest issues facing senior citizens around the world and that four to six percent of elderly suffer from some sort of abuse. Shown are, front row: Morrow County JFS Director Sundie Brown, Teresa Sipman, Amy Craig and Kelly Hayes. Second row: Kara Edwards, Janeen Wert, August Marlow and Kelly Ballard. Back row: Brenda Harden and Denise Patterson. Kara Edwards and Heather Kraft of the adult protective services staff that works to ensure the safety of Morrow County’s elderly population.


Morrow County Job & Family Services wore Purple for Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15. This day strives to bring awareness on the problem of physical, emotional and financial abuse to elders. Research has shown that elderly abuse, neglect, violence and exploitation is one of the biggest issues facing senior citizens around the world and that four to six percent of elderly suffer from some sort of abuse. Shown are, front row: Morrow County JFS Director Sundie Brown, Teresa Sipman, Amy Craig and Kelly Hayes. Second row: Kara Edwards, Janeen Wert, August Marlow and Kelly Ballard. Back row: Brenda Harden and Denise Patterson.

Kara Edwards and Heather Kraft of the adult protective services staff that works to ensure the safety of Morrow County’s elderly population.

Morrow County Job & Family Services wore Purple for Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15. This day strives to bring awareness on the problem of physical, emotional and financial abuse to elders. Research has shown that elderly abuse, neglect, violence and exploitation is one of the biggest issues facing senior citizens around the world and that four to six percent of elderly suffer from some sort of abuse. Shown are, front row: Morrow County JFS Director Sundie Brown, Teresa Sipman, Amy Craig and Kelly Hayes. Second row: Kara Edwards, Janeen Wert, August Marlow and Kelly Ballard. Back row: Brenda Harden and Denise Patterson. Kara Edwards and Heather Kraft of the adult protective services staff that works to ensure the safety of Morrow County’s elderly population.
http://morrowcountysentinel.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/06/web1_20170615_155152.jpgMorrow County Job & Family Services wore Purple for Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15. This day strives to bring awareness on the problem of physical, emotional and financial abuse to elders. Research has shown that elderly abuse, neglect, violence and exploitation is one of the biggest issues facing senior citizens around the world and that four to six percent of elderly suffer from some sort of abuse. Shown are, front row: Morrow County JFS Director Sundie Brown, Teresa Sipman, Amy Craig and Kelly Hayes. Second row: Kara Edwards, Janeen Wert, August Marlow and Kelly Ballard. Back row: Brenda Harden and Denise Patterson. Kara Edwards and Heather Kraft of the adult protective services staff that works to ensure the safety of Morrow County’s elderly population.

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