Release of the NAPSA Adult Protective Services Abuse Registry National Report The concept of Adult Protective Service (APS) Abuse Registries has long been discussed and debated among APS staff, advocates, and other colleagues throughout the nation. APSAO - Adult Protective Service Association of Ontario. We interact directly with adults with developmental disabilities to help them access and maintain services and support.
For more information on protective services for seniors, contact the Senior HelpLine. To report suspected abuse, exploitation or neglect of an older person, call the statewide, 24-hour Adult Protective Services Hotline: 1-866-800-1409, 1-888-206-1327 (TTY). See also publications and Web sites related to this program: Publications. Development of Adult Protective Services. According to the National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA), over the past several decades, APS agencies have developed from the ground up. They first emerged at the state and local levels and only recently received greater support from the federal government.
Adult Protective Services staff investigate reports of abuse, neglect (including self-neglect) or financial exploitation of adults who are unable to protect themselves due to a physical or mental limitation. APS staff assess the need for protective services and provide services to reduce the. Adult Protective Services. Who are we? Adult Protective Services (APS) is responsible for investigating reports and arranging for services to protect vulnerable adults ages 18-59 and emancipated minors who are at risk of abuse, neglect, exploitation or extortion. Call for help. Adult Protective Services is here to help.