If you've ever visited Hollywood, you may have taken a driving tour of some of the star-studded neighborhoods, but you've never taken one like this! Unbeknownst to her tour group, Ellen took over the microphone in the van to give a less than informative, but certainly hilarious tour! Take a look.

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540 days ago

Ellen is sooo funny ! ♥

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677 days ago

Elder Abuse is defined as intentional or negligent acts by a caregiver or trusted individual that causes, or can cause, harm to a vulnerable elder. Sharon Merriman-Nai, the co-manager of the National Center on Elder Abuse has stated that "Unfortunately from what statistical information we do have, most victimized people are abused by people they know and trust". Elder abuse can come in many forms; it's not just physical abuse, neglect, abandonment, psychological or emotional abuse, financial abuse and exploitation and even sexual abuse fall under the definition. Many victims are reluctant to report abuse and the greatest difficulty is overcoming their resistance and fear of identifying the problem, so it's very important that you watch for signs of elder abuse. Often the best help that you can give is to ask questions, of your elder family member, their caregivers and even yourself.
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A change in general behavior is a universal warning sign, if you notice that your elder loved one becomes withdrawn or now gets upset or agitated easily, it might very well indicate that it's time to start asking questions. And one important thing to remember is that if your loved one says something happened, take them seriously, Ms. Merriman-Nai also said "Sometimes, when older people suffer from dementia or some sort of cognitive problem, they may not be believed".

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