76-year-old woman RELATED ARTICLE: Web Resources National Center on Elder Abuse The Nation Center on Elder Abuse serves as a national resource center dedicated to the prevention of elder mistreatment.
What does NCEA stand for?
NCEA stands for National Center on Elder Abuse
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- Nuclear Capability Exercise
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- Núcleo de Computação Eletrônica (Portuguese: Electronic Computer Center; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
- Nutra Cell Enhancer
- Sodium Calcium Exchanger
- National Catholic Educational Association
- National Cemetery Expansion Act
- National Center for Environmental Assessment
- National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture
- National Certificate Educational Achievement (New Zealand)
- National Community Education Association
- Natrona County Education Association
- Netherlands Commission for Environmental Assessment (est. 1987)
- Non-Combat Expenditure Allocation (US DoD)
- National Computing Education Accreditation Council (Higher Education Commission; Pakistan)
- North Carolina Encoded Archival Description (metadata initiative)
- Nutrition Coach Education Association International (trade association; various locations)
- National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
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The National Center on Elder Abuse defines elder abuse as "any knowing, intentional, or negligent act by a care giver or any other person that causes harm or a serious risk of harm to a vulnerable adult.
Washington DC: National Center on Elder Abuse, 2006.
Methodology In order to compare to findings presented in the first study, " Broken Trust: Elders, Family, and Finances," news articles on elder financial abuse were gathered from April through June 2010 via the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA) newsfeed database tracking media reports of all types of elder abuse through Google and Yahoo alerts.
NCPEA president, said the data provided through the National Center on Elder Abuse daily newsfeed proved invaluable.
Tragically, it is estimated that 150,000 to 200,000 seniors are financially abused in California each year, and the National Center on Elder Abuse estimates that there may be 5 million victims a year, nationally.