“any person who knowingly neglects an at-risk adult or at-risk juvenile or knowingly acts in a manner likely to be injurious to the physical or mental welfare of an at-risk adult or at-risk juvenile commits a class one misdemeanor.” Colorado “At Risk” Victims. adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to the definition of at-risk adults, which also includes any adult aged 70 or older. Each training includes a hour presentation that includes a Q&A session with presenters. If you are considered a mandatory reporter in Colorado, this training is for you! Mandatory reporters.
Adults who might meet the difinition of an at-risk adult include: Adults who are being mistreated or exploited Adults with a developmental disability, aquired brain injury, Alzheimer’s, dementia, or neurological or cognitive defect Adults with a major mental illness. Jul 19, · of neglect and the person involved must be an “at-risk adult” as defined in (1), C.R.S. Adults who might meet the definition of an “at-risk adult” include: • Adults with a developmental disability, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer's, dementia, or other neurological or cognitive deficit.
(2) "At-risk adult" means any person who is seventy years of age or older or any person who is eighteen years of age or older and is a person with a disability as said term is . (2) “ At-risk adult ” means any person who is seventy years of age or older or any person who is eighteen years of age or older and is a person with a disability as said term is .