Undue influence is a critical part of any type of senior abuse – financial, physical, or sexual. Some seniors are more likely to be vulnerable to undue influence because they are more trusting in nature or have a reason to be dependent on someone else. Sometimes, because of a disability, a senior must rely on someone else to help with everyday activities. Other times, the senior may be isolated, depressed or grieving, and need someone for emotional support.
Download Senior Financial Abuse: Undue Influence
Part of a series of 8 fact sheets on topics of senior financial fraud and abuse developed with the National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA).