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Get answers to your questions about senior fraud, elder issues and home safety at Lone Tree’s event

Get answers to your questions about senior fraud, elder issues and home safety at Lone Tree’s event
Get answers to your questions about senior fraud, elder issues and home safety at Lone Tree’s event

You may have heard about scams targeting seniors in the news, but your local government officials and other experts are coming together in one place so you can hear directly from them about how to protect yourself and navigate other complex issues that come with aging.

“The event will feature a variety of courses on fraud, fraud prevention, elder abuse, identity theft, probate court” and more, said Eric Ross, spokesman for the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, which serves Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties.

According to an event agenda, Douglas County Sheriff Darren Weekly, Lone Tree Police Chief Kirk Wilson, Arapahoe County Sheriff Tyler Brown and South Metro Fire Rescue Deputy Chief Kristin Eckmann will be in attendance, along with District Attorney John Kellner.

In addition to discussions on online fraud trends, the 2024 Senior Law & Safety Summit will also cover topics such as estate planning and probate, investment fraud, and health issues such as dementia, stroke, fall prevention, and home safety.

The event will take place on July 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Charles Schwab & Co. Inc. Conference Center in Lone Tree.

This is 9899 Schwab Way, southwest of Lincoln Avenue and Interstate 25, off Park Meadows Boulevard.

The fee is $10 and includes a box lunch. If you are interested in attending but cannot afford the $10 registration fee, call James Sorrells at 720-874-8487.

Register here.

The event is presented by the public prosecutor’s office.

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