Do you know what to do if you are experiencing, observing or suspecting abuse? Do you know what you need to know to project yourself or someone else from financial exploitation, fraud, scams and other forms of elder abuse?
One out of 10 older adults experiences some type of elder abuse each year. Learn what you can do to keep yourself and/or friends and family safe.
Join Superior Choice Credit Union and a number of other community partners at the 2019 Twin Ports Elder Abuse Awareness and Prevention Forum on Friday, June 14 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Superior Public Library. There is no charge to attend, but registration is requested to provide a head count for the meal.
This forum will give participants an increased understanding of the incidence of elder abuse in our community and the many ways it is perpetrated.
A panel of community experts who work with people experiencing, observing or suspecting all kinds of elder abuse will introduce you to the services they provide and answer your questions. There will be resource materials available from many agencies throughout the Twin Ports who can help you prevent and end abuse.
Click here to register online, or call 715-394-8469 to RSVP. More details may be found online on the official event page.