Preventing Elder Investment Fraud: Assessing for Vulnerability to Financial Exploitation

Source: Stanford Geriatric Education Center

Published: 2014

Summary:

Learning Objectives: Attendees should be able to… • List key factors that increase an older person’s vulnerability to elder investment fraud and financial exploitation • Describe common financial exploitation schemes and practices • Describe when to and where to refer patients deemed high risk to appropriate sources of assistance

Link: Preventing Elder Investment Fraud: Assessing for Vulnerability to Financial Exploitation

Topics: Financial Abuse, Prevention, Screening/Assessment

Access: Web-based

Intended Use: Self-directed Learning, Teaching Others

Audience: Health Care

Level: Basic

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