Join us for “It Takes a Community: Keeping Our Elders Safe Symposium”.
There are two tracks for the symposium:
Professional Track (Attorney, Law Enforcement, Social Workers): Cost $40 -certificate of attendance included
Community Member Track: Free to the community- seating limited to 200
PURCHASE TICKETS: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
All guests will hear from our from our keynote speaker Paul Greenwood during the morning session. Mr. Greenwood has 20 years of prosecuting felony elder abuse cases in California and you will learn the social variables that place elders at risk. Examine the growing crisis of elder financial exploitation and abuse affecting your community and identify red flags of evidence of criminal elder abuse.
Hear from Expert Speakers, Resource Exhibits and a Panel of Experts Q & A
Community Track: Speaker Topics will include:Click Here to Download Event Flyer
- Public & Non-Profit resources to keep elders safe: Eligibility requirements for fee and/or low cost services.
- Financial Cost of the Long Term Care System including: How to financially prepare and what financial resources there are, reverse mortgages and financial planning options.
- Legal Matters & Preparation: Ensuring your set up for legal matters, Ombudsman Program and probate issues.
- Emergency Preparedness: Keeping At-Risk Elderly Safe: making an emergency preparedness plan for your loved one and learn how to be extra eyes and ears in the community to keep our elders safe through the Gatekeeper Program.
Professional Track: Speaker Topics will include: Click Here to Download Brochure
- Develop a strong community multi-disciplinary approach to combat elder abuse.
- Learn the social variables that place elders at risk.
- Examine the growing crisis of elder financial exploitation and abuse affecting your community.
- Identify red flags of evidence of criminal elder abuse.
- Identify different forms of elder abuse as defined by Penal Code 368.
- Recognize and overcome barriers to successful investigation and prosecution.
- Understand when an elder abuse case is not simply “a civil matter”.
Understand undue influence and its impact on elder exploitation.
For further questions or assistance contact our office at 530-232-5543
Thank you to our sponsors who made it possible to offer it free to our community: