Join AARP Fraud Watch Network CT Volunteer Byron Peterson as he hosts fellow AARP CT FWN volunteer Barbara Munck and Coalition for Elder Justice in CT Co-Chair, Lara Stauning for our next Coffee & Tea with AARP – Fighting Fraud Coalition Style! You can view it on our @AARPCT Facebook or YouTube Channel. You can watch on demand as well and share with others. They will share the work AARP has done with the CEJC over the years and the upcoming events like the symposium on 10/18/2022. Support your peers by being there!
AARP CT YouTube – https://youtu.be/3u9nZ5SPR1U
AARP CT Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/AARPCT/videos
Be sure to register for the Coalition Symposium taking place on Tuesday 10/18, details below:
The Assumptions We Hold: Rethinking Commonly-Held Beliefs among Elder Justice Professionals 10/18/2022 @1:30 PM ET
Join AARP Connecticut and attendees from across the U.S. for a FREE virtual event on Tuesday, October 18, 2022, at 1:30 p.m. ET
This event, a collaboration between the Coalition for Elder Justice in Connecticut (CEJC) and AARP CT, will explore key areas of concern to anyone with a personal or professional interest in elder justice, from battling ageism and victimization by scammers to fostering better integration of the socially isolated into our communities. But rather than focus exclusively on the senior population, speakers will take a multigenerational perspective, examining how younger people, too, are targets of fraud and become socially isolated to the detriment of their health, for example. The discussion will also zero in on disparities in adoption of – and comfort with – technology among populations and how digital tools and technologies can be made more accessible to all.