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TEARS Annual Elder Abuse Conference Tuesday, October 8, 2019

The Agency on Aging of South Central CT is looking for partners for the annual TEARS Conference.  Go here for more information.  Sponsorship, exhibitor tables and resource guide ads are available. Your Organization Benefits You will have direct contact with the over 600 professionals attending. These professionals have direct contact with thousands of consumers. Older… Read more »


Free Webcast: Legal Helpline Technology: Automated Workflow

July 25th Legal helplines and hotlines receive many calls each day that have to be screened for urgency and eligibility. Helpline providers also have to keep information organized for facilitating return calls and case management system input. Systems like automated workflow can improve the experience for both callers and helpline providers. This webcast will present… Read more »


Free webcast: Protecting Older Adults Against Telemarketing Scams

Protecting Older Adults Against Abusive Telemarketing Scams When: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. PT/2:00 p.m. ET. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is a federal law that helps consumers challenge abusive solicitation methods. This webcast will provide a full introduction to this underutilized federal law and highlight methods advocates can use to challenge abusive debt… Read more »


Free Elder Justice Training via Lifestream on August 20th

2019 Elder Justice Training The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, State Unit on Aging is co-sponsoring a training for professionals in the aging network, attorneys, bankers, social workers, healthcare professional, APS staff and long-term care ombudsmen and their volunteers.  Kathy Greenlee, President & CEO, Greenlee Global, LLC and former Assistant Secretary of Aging,… Read more »


Free Webcast: When the Guardian is an Abuser

When: Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. PT/2:00 p.m. ET. by the National Center on Law & Elder Rights (NCLER) Courts name guardians to protect adults from abuse, neglect, or exploitation; however, in some circumstances, guardians are perpetrators of such actions. Guardians wield immense power over adults in their care. More information is needed on the extent… Read more »


Cross-Cultural Communications Symposium: Moving from Empathy to Action

Cross-Cultural Communications Symposium: Moving from Empathy to Action A statewide one-day symposium for anyone seeking to communicate more effectively Thursday, June 6th | 8:30am to 4:30pm Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, Connecticut Registration is Now Open!  “People make decisions based on shared cultural values.”  Nat Kendall-Taylor. CEO, Frameworks Institute We instinctively know that telling the right story… Read more »


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