Scammed: It’s a word no older adult or family caregiver wants to hear. The growing incidence of fraud targeting older adults is putting more people at risk of losing their assets, their independence and their trust.
The important thing for you or an aging loved one to remember is that you're not alone. It’s important to seek out expert advice both before and after falling victim to fraud.
The Home Instead® network, along with North American security experts, have teamed up for the Protect Seniors from Fraud℠ public education program to help safeguard older adults from increasingly clever con schemes. Learn about the types of fraud that target older adults; tips for having tough conversations about security with aging parents; and what to do if you or a loved one has been scammed.