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"Very little history, imagery or understanding of transgender older adults exists in the public sphere." This book of photography and essays feature 65 portraits of trans older adults between ages 50 and 90.

By Grace Birnstengel. This article originally appeared on Next Avenue. Very little history, imagery or understanding of transgender older adults exists in the public sphere. The stories that circulate are often sensationalized, come from a lens of voyeurism or focus on celebrity figures. To Survive....
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The initiative, "Protecting America’s Seniors: Attorneys General United Against Elder Abuse,” brought AGs from around the country together to build state expertise on this issue and to fight elder abuse, neglect and exploitation. This capped off an 8-month campaign during which state AG offices have augmented and sharpened their tools for investigating exploitation of this vulnerable population.

The 2018 National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) Presidential Initiative, “Protecting America's Seniors: Attorneys General United Against Elder Ab
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Kathy Sheehan
· May 27, 2014
The NYCEAC has proved to be a wonderful resource for our Coalition on Elder Abuse in Dutchess County as they're on top of the latest trends and happenings in this movement. I use this site as a resour...ce to post and share on our own page - and they have been helpful in that they share and post our events and news. Thanks for all you do! See More
Leanne Miller
· November 14, 2013
Excellent organization dedicated to the prevention of all forms of elder abuse. Their blogs are insightful in conjunction with their collaboration with other elder justice experts to bring new ideas i...nto the dialogue about elder abuse. See More
Rob McClenahan
· November 18, 2013
I applaud the NYC Elder Abuse Center for their exemplary advocacy of issues in the identification and prevention of elder abuse. The NYC Elder Abuse Center’s website is a preferred location when searc...hing for helpful information about elder abuse. See More
Nancy Oatts
· June 27, 2014
The NYCEAC is a dynamic team to collaborate with on Elder Abuse Awareness. It's my home base for resources and current news as an advocate for elder justice.
Whitney Gifford
· November 28, 2013
Important work being conducted by an effective team!
Peter Wolk
· November 14, 2013
Excellent organization and needed resource.
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For World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, NYCEAC’s Peg Horan interviewed Acting District Attorney Eric Gonzalez and Elder Abuse Unit Chief Michelle Weber of the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office.
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