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- Changes in appetite.
- Increased need to seek approval or permission.
- Untreated illness or injury.
- Flinching or cowering in presence of caregiver.
- Extreme fearfulness or unusual suspiciousness.
- Malnourished or dehydrated.
- Caregiver resisting visitation by others.
- Onset or presence of depression.
- Changing wills, policies, powers of attorney, bank accounts to someone else’s gain.
- Frequent sleepiness or confusion or changes in sleep patterns.
- Disorderly, uncleanly or unsafe environment.
- Gradual or abrupt financial deterioration unrelated to basic needs.
- Pressure marks or sore, open wounds, tooth decay, abrasions, or burns.
- Stealing or selling household goods or personal possessions.
- Chronic or unexplained infections.
- Failing to provide proper, timely nutrition or hydration.
- Inappropriate or sudden redistribution or assignment of assets.
- Home lacks basic necessities.
- Extreme weight loss.
- Upset, agitated, non-communicative or non-responsive.
- Identity theft, forging signatures or added names on signature cards.
- Overmedicating, undermedicating and medication tampering.
- Inadequate clothing or wearing same clothing.
- Confinement, desertion or abandonment.
- Restraint by physical or chemical means.
- Lack of hygiene, being left dirty or unbathed.
- Accounting practices which cause loss of supplemental income or assistance.
- Broken glasses, frames, or other signs of disturbance.
- Falls, fractures, dislocations or unusual bruising without feasible explanation.
- Intimidation, humiliation, threats, ridicule and belittling.
- Exploitation or misuse of personal funds, checking accounts.
- Bruising or bleeding around breasts, genital or rectal areas.
- Isolating from friends, family or activities.
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