Senior Safety Series
Sharing some of the work that our office does with seniors from Carver Council on Aging this afternoon.
Thank you Carver Council on Aging Director Connie Kelly for the invite!
Continuing our Senior Safety Series at Crosby Gardens.
Thank you to Tim Sullivan of Brockton Housing Authority and Tenant President Kevin Donovan for coordinating.
Celebrating the first day of summer at our Senior Public Safety Lunch at Sullivan Towers in Brockton.
Thank you to tenant President Cheryl Duren for helping to coordinate.
Each year millions of Americans fall victim to some type of financial fraud or internet scheme.
Giving our Don’t Be $cammed presentation this morning so that folks at the Duxbury Senior Center can avoid the pitfalls of being taken advantage of.
Taping a segment of Nook News on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day and our march planned for June.
Our thanks to Beth Hadfield of Plymouth Center for Active Living and Terry Kourtz from Old Colony Elder Services.
Presenting at Rockland Council on Aging’s Lunch and Learn series to discuss current financial fraud and scams that are circulating.
Our thanks to Director Peggy Bryan for welcoming our office today.
Our office is proud to support the work of Old Colony Elder Services.
Whether you’re in need of help, or interested in helping others, OCES is there for the people of Plymouth County.
I’m proud to sponsor World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2022 with funds to put towards marches in both Brockton and Plymouth, and for the purchase of Elder Abuse Awareness lawn signs which will be dispersed and displayed all across Plymouth County.
In front of Oak Point Women’s Club in Middleborough.
Honored to be invited by this active group of charitable ladies to talk about public safety and prevention.
Taking an in-depth look at our criminal justice system and the role of the DA on our Senior Safety zoom today with Pembroke Council On Aging.
Thanks to COA Director Gretchen Emmetts and our senior guests, Pam Blades and Marilyn Christman for tuning in.
Talking unemployment fraud and phishing scams as part of our Senior Safety Series.
Thanks to Paula Rossi Clapp, Director of Kingston’s Elder Services, Maureen Elwood, Tom Powers and PAC tv media for participating and helping us get the message out.
Millions of Americans fall victim to financial fraud or confidence schemes targeting the elderly.
We are working to prevent that.
Thanks to director Joanne Moore, Candy Weiler, Marie Keefe from the Duxbury Senior, and PAC tv media for helping us to protect people’s identities and wallets from thieves.