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Elder Financial Abuse

Below are articles to explain some of the different types of elder financial abuse. These articles depict just how devastating a predator financial attack can be for victims.

Occupational Therapist Checklist

The Center For Combating Elder Financial Abuse collaborated with Ms. Christine Rogers, a Doctor of Occupational Therapy Student at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Ms. Rogers shared her expertise to develop the Detection of Elder Financial Abuse Checklist.

The purpose of the checklist is to provide the field of Occupational Therapy with a tool to quickly assess if a patient is a possible victim of elder financial abuse. Early detection of elder financial abuse can save a victim from potentially losing their entire life savings and experiencing severe emotional distress. The Center is confident that Ms. Rogers’ work will lead the way in helping occupational therapists protect patients from elder financial abuse.

Click here to download the checklist.

Elder Financial Abuse and Suicide

Ms. Angela Stancik’s testimony on behalf of her late grandmother, US Senate Aging Committee, July 17, 2019:

Expiring driver’s license text/email fraud

Grandparent Telephone Scheme

YouTube: Grandma tricks suspected scam artist

Minnesota Attorney General: Scams Targeting Grandparents