Learn How to Protect Older Adult Clients from Scams, Fraud and Financial Exploitation
Most professionals who work with older adults receive training regarding physical and emotional abuse. However, training that focuses specifically on fraud, scams and financial exploitation targeting the older adult population is limited.
The prevalence and growth of this type of abuse continues to be well-documented through the N.C. Attorney General's office as well as other government and law enforcement entities.
This program is designed to help you - the professional - identify red flags for potential fraud, scams and financial exploitation of your older adult clients.
Our featured presenters are on the forefront of the most current trends in fraud detection and prevention. They will provide vital information, tools and resources on where to turn when abuse is suspected.
· Elaine F. Marshall, N.C. Secretary of State
· Wayne Goodwin, N.C. Commissioner of Insurance
· Caroline Farmer, N.C. Attorney General’s Office
Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Location: Levine Senior Center, 1050 DeVore Lane, Matthews, NC
· 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. - Registration and continental breakfast
· 8:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. – Program
Registration fee: $25 per person
§ Continental breakfast and mid-morning break
§ Two CEU credits are available for Adult Home Care Staff and Social Workers
§ Certificate of Attendance for other disciplines.
§ Certificates will be distributed at the conclusion of the program
Registration deadline is November 9, 2012. Registration fee is non-refundable.
Who should attend:
· Social workers, case managers, DSS professionals
· Healthcare professionals - nurses, physicians, psychologists, gerontologists
· Public safety officials - police, sheriff and fire dept. officials, district attorneys
· Facility management: owners, managers, administrators and trainers for hospitals, nursing homes, continuing care residential facilities and home health agencies
· Attorneys and other legal professionals - especially those specializing in elder law, estate planning, wills, trusts and guardianships, law students and community legal services staff
· Government representatives concerned with elder abuse
· Religious organizations including older adult ministers and parish nurses
· Other service providers who interact directly with older adults including medical equipment companies, pharmacies, and suppliers of oxygen and diabetic supplies
· Financial professionals including bankers in the fraud, wealth management and "senior" or "elder" services’ divisions, credit unions, financial planners and CPAs.
· Insurance company representatives - especially those who specialize in Medicare supplement, long term care and other insurance products marketed to the older adult population.
Vendor spaces and sponsorships: A limited number of vendor spaces and sponsorships are available, please contact Kim Henderson, Director of Senior Programs for the Better Business Bureau. (704) 927-8623 or email her at email@example.com