Understanding and Preventing Elder Financial Abuse

Understanding and Preventing Elder Financial Abuse

Attorney Robert Friedman advises families, caregivers and professionals on what elder financial abuse is, how to identify it, and most importantly what to do if it is suspected. He will explain New York Mental Hygiene Article 81 Guardianship court procedures, alternatives to guardianships, revocation of powers of

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Retirement: Making Your Money Last

Retirement: Making Your Money Last

You have saved your entire life so you could live comfortably in retirement, but how do you ensure your money will last? Sonja Jensen-Schell, Financial Advisor from Edward Jones, explains how to address key concerns such as inflation, healthcare expenses, and market volatility. She’ll also talk about

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Fall Allergies Are Nothing to Sneeze At For Seniors

Fall Allergies Are Nothing to Sneeze At For Buffalo Seniors By Alicia Schwartz, MSN-Ed, PCC, CCM, RN of VNSNY CHOICE Health Plans While Fall allergies aren’t fun for anyone, they place an extra burden on older adults, many of whom live with preexisting medical conditions that can

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Stopping Slips, Trips and Falls: Simple Home Fixes to Keep Seniors Safe

By Beth O’Keefe RN Care Coordinator with VNSNY CHOICE Health Plans, from the not-for-profit Visiting Nurse Service of New York September 22nd is the first day of fall and the beginning of National Falls Prevention Week. This is the perfect time to remind older adults and their

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Resources Helping Seniors Live Independently

Canopy of Neighbors helps people 62 and older in zip codes 14209 and 14222 in Buffalo to live independently. Canopy and Neighborhoods provide essentially the same services and assistance to members, and is recruiting volunteers and members. To learn more visit www.canopyofneighbors.org or call Canopy’s Executive Director,

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