Webinar: "The Changing Landscape of Elder Fraud" (1.5 CPEs)
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Virtual (Free Event)
The NYCFE is pleased to participate in Fraud Awareness Week!
This year, we have a panel discussion on "The Changing Landscape of Elder Fraud."
As advocates to seniors in an ever-evolving world of Elder Financial Exploitation (EFE), CFE’s have a responsibility to keep pace with all the ways abusers exploit the vulnerable in our society. Join New York City’s Deputy Director of Adult Protective Services, Deborah Holt-Knight, New York City Elder Abuse Center forensic accountant consultant, Karen Webber, and Partner at The Manna Helmy Law Group, Marize Helmy, to learn how EFE is handled in NYC and NJ. This panel discussion will cover the prevalence of EFE, how to intervene on behalf of those we care for, and the latest trends first responders are seeing today. Passing these tools on to the elder community and their trusted others will lead to increased awareness, early detection and reporting, and prevention of EFE in the future.
Our experts will discuss:
- How often these cases happen, with examples of case studies.
- Where reports are made and to which agency to understand the roles they play in responding
- How technology is evolving to address the needs of older adults, and gaps that need to be filled
Attendees will be entitled to 1.5 CPEs credit. REGISTRATION CLOSES November 16th at 11:59 PM EST.
NYCFE Members: Free
Non-NYCFE Members: Free
**If you are a member, please register with a membership ticket. We need to account your registration for the annual members-only giveaway**
11:45 AM - Webinar will open for registrants to sign-in
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM - Webinar
Note for Webinar Attendees:
To receive CPEs, attendees will be required to answer all the poll questions during the webinar session.
It is your responsibility to sign into a device that will allow you to answer the poll questions. We advise using a computer/laptop or tablet device with the GotoWebinar App. We are not responsible for connection issues that you may experience on your internet service. The use of a cell phone is not advised for this webinar, unless you are not concerned about receiving CPEs.
For all other information, and to register, visit the event page on the NYCFE chapter website.