The elderly lost nearly $3 billion in 2011 to financial abuse. It has been described as an intolerable loss of human rights and dignity.
Join us Friday, Nov. 22, from 9-10:30 am, as Anne D. Veneziano, MSSA, JD, reveals the scope of and solutions to this serious problem, described by the National Council on Aging as "the crime of the 21st Century." more...
Ms. Veneziano will discuss the factors that cause the elderly to become vulnerable. She will describe the most common frauds that occur and those who perpetrate them.
She will also review protections the elderly and/or their advocates may utilize, many of them derived from her 30-year practice of clinical social work and 18-year practice of law.
This presentation is one of our annual Alumni Lectures. It is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
It is approved for 1.5 CEUs for social workers or counselors for $15, payable online when you register or at the event by check.
This event is jointly sponsored by the Mandel School Alumni Office and the Office of Professional Development and Continuing Education (PD/CE). Please phone PD/CE with questions - 216 368-2274.