The Adult Protective Services Program is locally coordinated through 45 provider agencies, which are designated by the Regional Area Agency on Aging and the Illinois Department on Aging. Case workers from the Adult Protective Services Provider Agencies conduct investigations and work with adults age 60 or older and adults age 18-59 with. On July 1, 2013, State of Illinois, Governor Pat Quinn signed into effect the Adult Protective Services Act. House Bill 948 includes some of the nation’s strongest safeguards to protect older adults and those with disabilities and will ensure that every case of suspected abuse, neglect and financial exploitation is thoroughly investigated and promptly referred to law enforcement.
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Subject to appropriation, to ensure the effectiveness and accountability of the adult protective services system, the agency designated by the Governor under Section 1 of the Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Developmental Disabilities Act shall monitor the system and provide to the Department review and evaluation of the system in. If abuse is substantiated, staff can provide an in-home assessment, counseling, advocacy, practical assistance in obtaining benefits and services, coordination with other agencies, and monitoring. To report concerns about treatment of older adults in nursing homes and other licensed facilities, please call the Ombudsman at 1-309-829-6018.
APS does not have the authority to take custody of any adult for any reason. APS was established by the Adult Protective Services Act of 1984, effective March 14, 1985 (DC Law 5-156; D.C. Official Code §§ 7-1901, et seq.), as amended (APS Statute). APS’s statute is available to . Development of Adult Protective Services. According to the National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA), over the past several decades, APS agencies have developed from the ground up. They first emerged at the state and local levels and only recently received greater support from the federal government.
Release of the NAPSA Adult Protective Services Abuse Registry National Report The concept of Adult Protective Service (APS) Abuse Registries has long been discussed and debated among APS staff, advocates, and other colleagues throughout the nation.