This live Q&A event will address how you can stay safe and protected from Coronavirus related scams. Get expert advice and the latest information on vaccines and how to care for loved ones during the pandemic.
AARP will host a live Coronavirus Information Tele-Town Hall every Thursday at 12 p.m. (CST). Experts at this week’s live Q&A event will address your questions related to protecting yourself and loved ones from the virus, staying healthy and reducing social isolation.
AARP Indiana recently conducted two separate tele-town halls with both major party candidates for U.S. Senate. Senator Joe Donnelly participated on September 10, and Mike Braun participated on September 12. The forums were a part of AARP’s “Be the Difference. Vote” campaign.
Family visits during the holidays are a prime time to make sure aging relatives are managing all right on their own. For an estimated 282,000 family caregivers in West Virginia, this can be challenging, as they consider how to help loved ones continue to live at home.
In 2015, approximately $15 billion was stolen from 13.1 million American consumers who were victims of fraud. The 50+ community is often the target of fraudsters, while only makes up 34% of the population, senior citizens make up 55% of reported fraud victims. The AARP Fraud Watch Network is proud to put the spotlight on common scams and show you how to protect yourself from becoming a victim, and we’re continuing that commitment throughout the month of April. Check out our upcoming fraud prevention events below.
You are invited to watch the live stream of an AARP Connecticut tele-town hall to inform and educate consumers on protecting themselves from consumer fraud on Wednesday, Dec. 21, at 10 a.m. Consumer fraud and crime prevention experts will provide tips on securing personal financial documents, ID Theft Protection and preventing you or your loved ones from financial exploitation. Guests for the call are Moderator Nora Duncan, State Director AARP Connecticut; Det. Mark Solomon of the Connecticut Financial Crimes Task Force, U.S. Secret Service; and Mike Lentini from the Connecticut Department of Banking.
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