A Training Seminar for Professionals Who Work with Older Adults
The Better Business Bureau Consumer Foundation
Tuesday – November 13, 2012
Elaine F. Marshall
North Carolina Secretary of State
North Carolina Commissioner of Insurance
Most professionals who work with older adults receive training regarding physical and emotional abuse. However, education 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.
The Better Business Bureau Consumer Foundation is pleased to offer a training seminar designed specifically to help professionals identify red flags for potential fraud, scams and financial exploitation of your 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.
Please make plans to attend this half day seminar on Tuesday, November 13th at Levine Senior Center in Matthews. NOTE: CEUs are available for Adult Home Care Staff and Social Workers. Certificates of Attendance will be offered for other disciplines. Register TODAY, seating is limited! For additional details and to register, please visit: http://www.seniorgrapevine.org.
Who Should Attend?
• Social Workers, Case Managers, DSS Professionals
• Healthcare Professionals – nurses, physicians, psychologists, gerontologists
• Financial Professionals – including bankers in the fraud, wealth management and “senior” or “elder” services divisions, credit union representatives, financial planners, CPAs
• Insurance company representatives – especially those who specialize in products marketed to older adults – Medicare supplements, long term care, etc.
• Facility Management: owners, managers, administrators and trainers for hospitals, nursing homes, continuing care residential facilities and home health agencies, adult day care
• Attorneys – especially those specializing in elder law, estate planning, wills, trusts, guardianships, etc. law students and community legal services
• Government Representatives concerned with elder abuse
• Religious organizations – including older adult ministers and parish nurses
• Public Safety – police, sheriff and fire officials, district attorney, etc.
• Other service providers who interact directly with older adults – medical equipment companies, pharmacies, suppliers of oxygen & diabetic supplies
Limited SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITOR Opportunities are Available
For information and registration visit:
Kim Henderson – Director, Senior Programs
Better Business Bureau of Southern Piedmont
email@example.com or 704-927-8623