Older adults often fall prey to savvy criminals that build trust and confidence in schemes that involve romance, sweepstakes, tech support and government impersonations, among others. Each year, the elderly population racks up more than $3 billion in losses annually, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Staying ahead of the issue will help prevent fraudulent attacks. Remember, if you question the legitimacy of the request or transaction, be sure to contact your loved ones or the local police to report it.
Jun 25|Health & Wellness
Knowing how to watch for heat stroke, following the weather reports and making sure you have the tools to keep cool like water and airflow are the best ways to prepare for the heat this summer.
May 19|Senior Lifestyles
While Grandparent’s Day does not hit our calendars until September, we are celebrating grandparents a little earlier now that more facilities are allowing visitors.
Apr 21|Tips & Tricks
Video chat is one of the best ways to stay in touch with loved ones when you can’t see them in person.