AARP CT to Host Two Events for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2020

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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) is held each year on June 15. With it just around the corner and coming up next week, AARP’s Fraud Watch Network will be hosting two educational events to help keep elders safe. The Con Artist Playbook and Coronavirus Scams; details and registration of the events are listed below.

AARP Fraud Watch Network Presents:  The Con Artist Playbook – Wed June 17, 2020 @ 1PM AARP Fraud Watch NetworkThe Con Artist PlaybookOffers insights into the psychology behind ID theft, fraud & scams through actual testimony of scammers, insights and advice. Participants will walk away armed with the tools they need to keep themselves and their families safe. https://aarp.cvent.com/June17Fraud

AARP FWN Live Tele-Town Hall Discussion – Fri 6/19/2020 10AM – Coronavirus Scams:  How to Help Others While Protecting Yourself –:  Nora Duncan, State Director, AARP CT – Guests:  AG William Tong, CT & Kathy Stokes, Dir of Fraud Prevention, AARP
Listen Live on:   Facebook.com/AARPCT, vekeo.com/AARPConnecticut
Dial-in:  866-641-6908

Please visit www.aarp.org/ct  regularly for more sessions and a variety of offerings. To request a free AARP CT conversation in your community contact Erica Michalowski at emichalowski@aarp.org  (860) 548-3163.