Benevilla continues its educational workshop series for 2019 with a look at how older adults can sidestep scams designed to take their money and guard against identity theft. The Benevilla “Education with the Experts” series presents “Ways to Avoid Financial Exploitation of Older Adults” on Thursday, February 21.
With over 50 million Americans aged 62 and older, older adults are prime targets for financial exploitation both by persons they know and trust and by strangers. Presented by Aimy Edwards, Branch Manager of Washington Federal Bank, this FREE workshop offers practical advice for seniors that can be used right away. Attendees can ask questions and get guidance, along with useful tips to provide you with information to help prevent common frauds, scams and other types of elder financial exploitation in your community.
This informative event is Thursday, February 21, from 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM at the Benevilla main campus in Surprise. Located in the Hellen and John M. Jacobs Independence Plaza, the address is 16752 N. Greasewood Street, Surprise, Arizona, 85378.
Space is limited and reservations are requested. Please call Benevilla at 623-584-4999 to reserve your spot. Light refreshments will be available.
Started by the community and for the community in 1981, Benevilla is a not-for-profit human services agency dedicated to enhancing the lives of West Valley residents by providing care services for older adults, intellectually disabled adults, children and families. For more information on services, volunteer opportunities, to take a tour or make a donation to Benevilla, call 623-584-4999 or visit www.benevilla.org. For more information on other FREE Benevilla events, click here.