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Everyone knows elder financial abuse is a problem, but few understand what to do about it. This award-winning 35-minute course Financial Abuse of Older Adults: Recognize, Review and Respond is built around 3 short videos that illustrate how older adults are vulnerable to those they rely on the most – and what financial institutions can do about it. The three short stories …

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Elder Financial Abuse Online Training ACFCS. About Everyone knows elder financial abuse is a problem, but few understand what to do about it. This award-winning 35-minute course Financial Abuse of Older Adults: Recognize, Review and Respond is built around 3 short videos that illustrate how older adults are vulnerable to those they rely on the most – and what …

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This Elder Financial Abuse course provides online training for employees to gain banking industry specific skills.

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This Elder Financial Abuse course provides online training for employees to gain banking industry specific skills.

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This Elder Financial Abuse course provides online training for employees to gain banking industry specific skills.

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This Elder Financial Abuse course provides online training for employees to gain banking industry specific skills. Diversity, Unconscious Bias Training, Learn more . Menu

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Analyzes the state and federal laws concerning elder financial abuse and how banks play a significant role in recognizing victimized seniors. What You'll Learn After completing this course, students will be able to: Identify possible elder financial exploitation, including internet and mail fraud schemes against elderly customers

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Empower Staff and Fight Financial Exploitation. AARP’s Bank Safe training combines industry knowledge and experience with a state-of-the-art, online learning experience. AARP worked with more than 2,000 financial industry professionals to develop the training platform’s content and interactive scenarios. The platform is one of few designed specifically for frontline staff, …

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While bank staff are on the front lines in protecting elderly customers, bank directors play a pivotal, top-down role in emphasizing a culture of vigilance, and in defining policy and strategy to combat elder financial fraud. Be Aware of the Problem. Frontline personnel in branches and call centers are the first and last lines of defense to

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Elder Financial Abuse Regulation/Regulator. 06/11/2007. Can you tell me what law regulates Elder Financial Abuse? We have been contacted several times about training, but I have searched both the FDIC site and The Georgia Department of Banking and Finance site and I can't find any requirement for training of bank employees on Elder Abuse.

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Financial abuse is the most common form of elder abuse in Canada. Financial abuse can happen at any time, but it will often start after a health crisis or after the death of a spouse, partner or close friend. People who are alone, lonely or in poor health are more vulnerable.

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Elder Financial Abuse is when someone takes money or property from an older person without their knowledge, understanding, or consent STEALING ASSETS Some forms of elder financial exploitation are simple and straightforward such as forging a signature on an older person’s check, or using their ATM card to take their cash.

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Financial Abuse is damage to, or loss of Assets or Property. The abuser is usually a spouse or partner, family member (often adult child), care-giver, friend, or a trusted person in the senior’s life. Financial abuse is often accompanied by other forms of abuse, such as emotional abuse, physical abuse, or denial of rights. Three components

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Financial institutions often spot the red flags for abuse sooner than anyone else, but sometimes personnel are confused. They want to help protect the consumer, but are unsure whether privacy laws allow them to share a consumer’s personal information with law enforcement and other authorities that can take action. Read more about spotting elder financial exploitation and …

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Welcome to the Elder Financial Abuse Awareness and Prevention Training on Demand course. Elder financial abuse is a growing problem in America. Persons 60 and older are the fastest growing segment of the population. One in four seniors will be a victim of a financial crime and these crimes often go unreported.

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What is financial elder abuse/exploitation??

What is Financial Elder Abuse / Exploitation? Elder Financial Abuse is when someone takes money or property from an older person without their knowledge, understanding, or consent

What is the financial abuse of older adults course about??

This award-winning 35-minute course Financial Abuse of Older Adults: Recognize, Review and Respond is built around 3 short videos that illustrate how older adults are vulnerable to those they rely on the most – and what financial institutions can do about it.

What to do if an elderly person is being financially abused??

Report the elder financial abuse to their bank, and enlist their banker’s help to stop it and prevent its recurrence. Contact Adult Protective Services in your town or state for help.

Are banks required to report Elder financial abuse in Illinois??

By way of contrast, in Illinois, there is no such mandatory reporting requirement. Rather, under the Adult Protective Services Act ("Act"), bank personnel are required to report elder financial abuse to Adult Protective Services only if a bank employee is a trustee or a licensed public accountant.

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