Physical Abuse

    Physical abuse, such as assault, slapping, striking, pushing, medicine abuse, restraint, or unwarranted physical punishment.

Psychological abuse

    Psychological abuse can take many different forms, such as emotional abuse, threats of harm or abandonment, contact restriction, humiliation, finger-pointing, controlling, coercion, harassment, verbal abuse, cyberbullying, isolation, or the arbitrary and unjustified termination of services or social support systems.

Financial or material abuse

    Financial or material abuse includes misusing or appropriating property, possessions, or benefits. It also includes theft, fraud, internet scamming, coercion in relation to an adult's financial affairs or arrangements, such as in connection with wills, property, inheritance, or financial transactions.

Modern slavery

    Modern slavery includes domestic servitude, forced labour, human trafficking, and slavery. People are purchased and sold for reasons such as forced domestic slavery, forced marriage, forced labour, street crime, cannabis cultivation, grooming and pimping, sexual exploitation, and even the selling of organs.

Discriminatory abuse

    Abuse that is motivated by bias, such as racial, gender, or gender identity distinctions, age, a physical or mental impairment, a sexual orientation, or a belief system.

Organizational abuse

    Organizational abuse, which includes neglect and bad care practises in a facility or in a particular care environment, such as a hospital or care facility, or in connection with care given in a person's own home. This might range from isolated occurrences to persistent mistreatment. The structure, policies, procedures, and practises used inside an organisation may result in neglect or bad professional practise.

Neglect and acts of omission

    Neglect includes acts of omission, such as failing to attend to a person's requirements for medical, mental, or physical care, denying them access to necessary health, care, support, or educational services, or denying them access to basic necessities like heating, food, and medicine.


    Self-neglect is a broad term that refers to a variety of behaviours including hoarding that include disregarding one's own personal hygiene, health, or environment. It involves no other perpetrator.


    Counselling is an essential component of any abuse recovery and treatment programme for many people. Call us at to learn more about our services or to schedule an appointment for counselling (+1 315 750 4197).

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