Elder abuse is the main issue affect around the world. Many aged people are not aware of their disease which causes trouble in their health. Elder people became unhealthy which creates a situation of dependence on others that cause as a victim of abuse. Aged people have their own virtues and nobility. They should be respected by their families as well as care provider. For the safety of senior neglect, there are more relevant codes, laws, and official paper of the problem.
Health care professional plays a vital duty to provide the legal virtue and nobility to the aged people. Senior residents health is treated by the health care employee, so any distress or matter of abuse is reported to the higher measure. The care facilitator also provide the proper person-centered management with their indication of work for the welfare of old residents.
The top concern of old people’s health is neglected by the health care facilities in Australia.
The abuse by care provider to the senior resident in the facilities causes death as they suffer the pain of pressure sores. This prevalence was outlined to the Australian law reform commission in 2017. The examination was done to advise authorize examiner to reduce death and brings effective outcome (Sharp, Schulz Moore, & McLaws, 2018). The proposal of plan of self-control and locking old people in room whole day in the case of dementia is not assumed as the distress to aged people. As health arranger and students in Australia are given well-trained education to provide wellbeing in the health of old residents (Dow et al., 2013). Australian rural areas is more prone to harm for aged people. As in the village areas, there are shortage of facilities than cities so elder people suffer and cause as a victim of maltreat. To prevent the matter, the quarterly inspection is done. The scheme of senior abuse geriatric abuse in village area is difficult. Australia has planned the first national plan to prevent elder abuse and provide knowledge to enhance help but there were many restrictions occur. Thus, the authority of policy were not fully supported in the rural area (Blundell & Warren, 2019).
Blundell, B., & Warren, A. (2019). Reviewing the extent of rural and remote considerations in elder abuse policy: A scoping review. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 27(4), 7. doi:10.1111/ajr.12549
Dow, B., Hempton, C., Cortes?Simonet, N.;, E., Ellis, K. A., Koch, S. H., . . . Ames, D. (2013). Health professionals and students perceptions of elder abuse. . Australasian Journal on Ageing, 32.
Sharp, C. A., Schulz Moore, J. S., & McLaws, M.-L. (2018). JOURNAL OF LAW AND MEDICINE. The Coroners role in the prevention of elder abuse: A study of Australian Coroners Court cases involving pressure ulcers in elders, 26, 2.