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Understanding Financial Elder Abuse:
The Crime, The Shame & the Solutions
75 Erie County Residents, Age 60+ Invited to Attend for FREE!
Mark your calendar and call our offce so you can attend
our upcoming symposium,
Understanding Financial
Elder Abuse: The Crime, The Shame & the Solutions.
This is a symposium designed to attract professionals and
senior citizens alike. Its purpose is to elevate everyone’s
awareness that fnancial elder abuse is taking place at
epidemic proportions. Professionals and senior citizens will
learn of the complexities of this crime and what we can do
to stop it.
75 Erie County residents, age 60+ are invited to attend
for FREE.
The symposium will take place October 10,
2014 at the Kalahari Convention Center. Registration
begins at 8:00 am, the symposium is 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
A continental breakfast, lunch (served to the table) and an
afternoon dessert break are provided.
The day is flled with fantastic speakers and topics. Erie
County residents age 60+ will hear:
Jenefer Duane,
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau,
“Our Nation and
Our Culture: The National Epidemic of Elder Exploitation/
Ursel McElroy, Deputy Policy Director, Ohio
Attorney General’s Offce,
“The Ohio Elder Justice Act:
What It Is and What It Means for Ohioans”;
Dr. Philipp
Dines, M.D., Geriatric Psychiatry, University Hospital,
“Financial Elder Abuse: Understanding the Mind of the
Victim & the Mind of the Perpetrator”;
David Kessler,
Elder Fraud Investigator,
“Financial Elder Abuse: The
Shame of the Crime and Responsive Solutions”;
Ball, Attorney-At-Law,
“What Is A Financial Power of
Attorney? Understanding The Power You Give Away”;
Heather Niedermier, Attorney-At-Law,
CRIME! You Can’t Be Institutionalized For Being A Victim
of Fraud & Exploitation”;
Louise Fleming-Dufala, Ph.D.
“A Civic Response to Stop Financial Elder Abuse”. Proof
of age and Erie County residency is required to attend
for free. Otherwise, cost is $50.00/person. Call Serving
Our Seniors for more information, 419-624-1856 or
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