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Mandatory Reporting, Canada. There is mandatory reporting in the community and in institutions which varies across provinces and territories; There are three approaches to reporting: Mandatory reporting Voluntary reporting No reporting requirements. No Extant Evidence in Canada.

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Mandatory reporting canada
Mandatory Reporting, Canada

  • There is mandatory reporting in the community and in institutions which varies across provinces and territories;

  • There are three approaches to reporting:

    • Mandatory reporting

    • Voluntary reporting

    • No reporting requirements


No extant evidence in canada
No Extant Evidence in Canada

  • Most recent study:

  • Public Opinion on Mandatory Reporting of Abuse and/or Neglect of Older Adults in Manitoba, Canada (JEAN) K. STIEBER ROGER & J. Ursel (2009).

    Findings:

  • Older respondents stated that mandatory reporting was not always preferable, except when the person was incompetent or thought to be at risk.

  • With less awareness of the topic in general, and with less contact with older adults, younger adults had much stronger views in support of mandatory reporting in all cases.

  • Little knowledge and awareness of legislation existed in all age groups, although older adults knew more about such abuse and/or neglect than younger adults



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