What does Adult Protective Services do when a report is made?
Investigators attempt to gather as much information as possible about the report. This may include contacting the person's care-giver(s), family member(s) and physician. If the adult appears to be endangered, an investigator will make an unannounced home visit to assess the situation and determine whether the case is substantiated.

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1. What does Adult Protective Services do when a report is made?
2. What interventions can Adult Protective Services use?
3. Who is an endangered adult?
4. Who should make a report to Adult Protection Services (APS)?
5. Do I need to have proof to make a report?
6. Will anyone know that I made a report?
7. How do I make a report to Adult Protective Services (APS)?