New York Elder Care Resources

New York Elder Abuse Resources

Elder abuse is a general term used to describe harmful acts toward the elderly. Abuse can take many forms and can include physical, psychological or emotional, sexual, and financial. Neglect is also considered a form of abuse and can also include physical, emotional, or financial. An example of neglect includes a caregiver who does not use a senior’s resources to maintain the well-being of the aging adult.

The following links are meant to serve as resources to provide information on elder abuse and preventing elder abuse, not to report incidents of elder abuse. If you suspect abuse or neglect, contact New York State Protective Services for Adults at 1-800-342-3009 (option 6) or visit their website


National Elder Abuse Resources


Administration on Aging

American Association of Daily Money Managers

American Psychological Association

Consumer Reports

Directory of Crime Victim Services


Identity Theft Protection Services

National Center on Elder Abuse, Administration on Aging

National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (NCPEA)

National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence (NCCAFV)

Nursing Home Abuse

Protecting Your Privacy

World Health Organization


New York State Elder Abuse Resources

Human Resources Adminstration


New York State Office of Long Term Care Ombudsman

New York State Protective Services for Adults


NYS Justice Center Advocacy for Special Needs


Office of the New York State Attorney General


VIBS - Family Violence and Rape Crisis Center



Nassau County Elder Abuse Resources

Nassau County Adult Protective Services



Suffolk County Elder Abuse Resources

Suffolk County Adult Protective Services

(631) 854-3195