Family members are more often the abusers than any other group. A significant number of perpetrators initially extend assistance to the elder person and subsequently seize the opportunity, typically and gradually over time. These individuals are motivated by greed and eventually a sense of entitlement.
2. Financial Advisors.
3. Nursing homes supervisors and their staff.
4. Persons in a relationship of trust to the elderly person.
5. Fiduciaries, including guardians and conservators and powers of attorney.