Granny Scam Seminar

Granny Scam Seminar

Grandma on telephoneGranny Scam Seminar-Recognizing the signs of fraud & your responsibility to report it

The McPherson Chamber of Commerce and Natasha Hollis, Financial Institution Consulting, LLC are invite you to learn what elder abuse is and recognizing the red flags of fraud. Did you know that under the Kansas Statute KSA 39-1431 certain professionals and caregiver situations have a legal obligation to report suspected abuse or exploitation?

The seminar is scheduled for Monday, March 23 from 4:00 to 5:30 at the McPherson Chamber of Commerce office, 306 N. Main and is offered FREE.

What will be covered:
• The definition of abuse and exploitation.
• Who is required to report suspected abuse.
• Legal safe harbor protecting reporters.
• Indicators of abuse and exploitation.
• What to report.
• Where to report it.

Who should attend? Social workers, nurses dentists, therapist, counselors, case managers, bank trust officers, legal representatives, governmental assistance providers, home health care workers, anyone that comes in contact with elderly or senior citizens.

Please call the Chamber at 241-3303 to reserve.