Protecting Seniors from Financial Abuse

Protecting Seniors from Financial Abuse

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LaToya Hall, Director of SAFE, Wayne State University Institute of Gerontology, Detroit, MI discusses protecting seniors from financial abuse, and how to avoid it.  LaToya discusses the initial point of contact in scamming seniors, financial vulnerability, mental effects of financial exploitation, caregiver burdens and education, credit issues, and identity theft. She also explains the one-on-one advocacy, financial support and management that SAFE offers. Watch the discussion here.

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