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British Columbia edition

 

Financial abuse is the most common form of elder abuse in Canada. Financial abuse refers to theft or exploitation of a person’s money, property, or assets.

 

Examples include:

  • Misusing a Power of Attorney
  • Stealing a senior’s money, pension cheques, or possessions
  • Committing fraud, forgery or extortion
  • Sharing a senior’s home without paying a fair share of the expenses
  • Unduly pressuring a senior to:
  1. Sell personal property
  2. Invest or take out money
  3. Buy alcohol or drugs
  4. Make or change a will
  5. Sign legal documents they do not understand
  6. Give money to relatives, caregivers, or friends
  7. Engage in paid work to bring in extra money

BC - Preventing and Intervening in Situations of Financial Abuse

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National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE)
246 Bloor Street West, Room 234
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1V4, Canada
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