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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Office for the Financial Protection of Older Americans hosts March 16 teleconference
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Office for the Financial Protection of Older Americans invites you to join us for a teleconference on March 16, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM PST. Hubert H. ("Skip") Humphrey, Assistant Director of...
Recently a granddaughter was convicted of elder abuse and grand theft by in affect accessing and taking her grandmother’s money and jewelry and selling it without her consent and then placing her grandmother in a nursing home. The mental abuse...Recently a granddaughter was convicted of elder abuse...
The NGA Review Course for the national certification exam is available in March as a webinar, offering you a group study experience for the examination right from your own desk using a computer and a toll free phone number. The...
Consumer Voice hosts two-part Webinar Series on Guardianship, Financial Powers of Attorney, and Advance Care Planning
Join Us for a Two-Part Webinar Series on Guardianship, Financial Powers of Attorney, and Advance Care Planning The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care (the Consumer Voice) is hosting a two-part webinar series designed to give advocates, ombudsmen, consumers,...
Oregon’s Court of Appeals recently made a step towards clarifying Oregon’s statute prohibiting financial abuse of “vulnerable persons” (which includes persons age 65 and older) under ORS 124.110. However, the broad contours of the elder abuse laws in ORS Chapter 124...