The unintentional or intentional application of force to an aged person that results in discomfort, harm, or incapacity. Inappropriate use of medicines, restrictions, or imprisonment are also examples of physical abuse in addition to physical attacks such as hitting or shoving.
- Unaccounted-for evidence of trauma, such as welts, bruises, or scars, particularly if they are symmetrical on both sides of the body.
- Sprains, dislocations, or broken bones.
- A drug overdose complaint or evidence of apparent irregular medication use (a prescription has more remaining than it should).
- Broken frames or glasses.
- Indications of restraint, such as rope stains on the wrists.
- The unwillingness of the caregiver to let you visit the senior alone.
- Substantial Weight loss
- Vulnerability to illness
- Loss of dignity
- Worsening overall health
How Online Counselling can be helpful?
Online counselling is beneficial for all difficulties and issues that significantly affect one's social, professional, or personal life or cause great distress. Stress, anxieties, sleep problems, traumas, marital troubles, challenges with emotion management, low motivation, challenges with focusing/concentrating on work, uncertainty about the future, and many more issues are some of the typical reasons people seek online therapy.
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- Grief and Loss
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