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Learn what steps to take to report suspected elder financial abuse.

After completing this sequence, learners will be able to:

  1. Define financial abuse.
  2. List common warning signs of financial abuse.
  3. List the steps to take before reporting.
  4. Name the various resources and supports available to targets.
  5. Discuss how to react to identity theft.
  6. Identify the rights and responsibilities of financial institutions in reporting.

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Elder financial abuse is a widespread epidemic that, too often, goes unreported. Do you know how to spot common signs of elder financial fraud and what to do if you discover it?

This course will help you:

  • Understand financial abuse and be able to identify warning signs
  • Discover resources and support available for victims
  • Identify the rights and responsibilities of financial institutions in reporting

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