Elder Abuse Assessments - Self Neglect and Hoarding

Mental capacity evaluations are often helpful when health and eldercare professionals encounter elders who present with signs of self neglect including situations of poor compliance with medical care, personal financial mismanagement, and chronic hoarding that put self neglecting elders at risk of serious harm. Self neglect is often secondary to diminished social, psychological, and/or physiological functioning and is reversible when practical interventions are put in place.

Functional Capacity consultations
Mental Capacity Assessments

Undue Influence Assessments

Elder Abuse Assessments - Self Neglect and Hoarding

Case consultations
Comprehensive Geriatric Field Assessments

Functional Capacity, Depression, Dementia, and Delirium

Legal, Medical, and Psychosocial Interventions

Irving Hellman, PhD.

Serving legal, health,
& eldercare professionals
Serving elders and
their families
Email Dr. Hellman