The Domestic Violence Act 1995 broadened the legal definition of domestic violence to include violence between same-sex partners, flatmates, carers and other family members. These changes were partly a response to growing awareness about such problems as elder abuse – the abuse of older people by carers or family members. This brochure, produced by Age Concern, advertises the Elder Abuse and Neglect Prevention Service.
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