Elder Abuse Workshop
Sponsored by ActiveOver50
Elder Law Attorney &
Greg Hartwell, Homecare California
Thursday, November 13, 2014
9am to 11am
11425 W. Winchester Blvd., San Jose
Elder abuse is a serious problem because persons over 65 often live in fear that they will be abandoned, injured, neglected, yelled at or hurt if they reveal their situation. The workshop will cover:
- What is elder abuse?
- Who is likely to experience elder abuse?
- Types of elder abuse
- Why is it so prevalent
- 10 scams to watch out for
- How to protect yourself and loved ones
- Guidelines for seeking help
Continental breakfast served.
Seating is limited. Reserve today.
For more information and to RSVP,
* First five people who call and attend the Elder Abuse Workshop receive a FREE annual subscription to ActiveOver50 magazine.
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