You might think someone is scamming your parent or emotionally or physically abusing them. What if you think that your parent is neglecting himself, not bathing or changing his clothes for long intervals of time, not eating right or taking her meds? How do you protect the elderly from abuse and scams?
The FBI, U.S. Health and Human Services OIG and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have issued a warning about COVID-19 vaccine schemes to obtain your money or personal information. These tips will help with what to look for to protect yourself from scams.
Severe winter weather has left many households in Texas without heat and electricity. These disaster resources for older adults can provide assistance.
When is it time to talk with your health care provider about memory loss? When the gears begin to slip, how will you know when to act? This quick self-assessment compliments of Baylor can help.
As the number of Baby Boomers entering the retirement years rises, so does the problem of elder abuse. Like all abuse, it is often a crime of opportunity. What do you watch for? What help is available? Read more for information and suggestions for help.
Older Americans vote in higher numbers than any other age group. During the pandemic, many of us prefer voting by mail. When voting by mail, beware of these scams!