This Thursday 6-17-10 Elder Abuse – why you NEED to know about this

Greetings Aging & Technology Enthusiast!
Please join us TODAY at 2pm EDT (11am PDT) for our weekly aging & technology forum! Today’s Call has been brought to you by FineThanx: FineThanx is a convenient automated service that places a once or twice daily call to a special someone living independently. (www.finethanx.com) Today’s Announcements have been sponsored by ClearSounds Communications with a Question/Answer Session sponsored by Presto Services.

Why we can’t just sit back and not KNOW about this….

“Elder Abuse, How Can I Help?”

Dale Carter, founder and owner of Transition Aging Parents, will describe why each of us needs to be informed about Elder Abuse. It can happen to any older individual in any socio-economic class and includes more than just physical and financial abuse. Learn about the warning signs and what to do if you suspect someone is being abused

Dale Carter is an eldercare advocate, author and speaker. Her site, Transition Aging Parents, serves as an information clearinghouse in which she brings relevant news to adult children of aging parents with the voice of a loving, caring daughter. Her E-course, “5 Essential Strategies to Help Your Aging Parent Face Change”, guides adult children to more effective communication with their aging parents and families. Dale’s BlogTalkRadio show features authors and experts who share their expertise and passion in helping the elderly and their caregivers. And, her book, “Transitioning Your Aging Parent: A 5 Step Guide Through Crisis & Change, with its new ADAPT framework, has just been published..

http://www.transitionagingparents.com/

Also here are the 2 links from the presentation that Dale would like to share as well.
National Center on Elder Abuse http://www.ncea.aoa.gov/
Elder Justice Now Coalition’s video/survivor stories http://elderjusticenow.org/videos/

WHEN: Thursday June 17, 2010
TIME: 2pm EDT (11am PDT)
URL: http://my.dimdim.com/grandcare

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