We are pleased to announce our annual Birth Mother’s Day celebration will be held on: Saturday, May 13 at 1:00 PM
at our Packard location: 4925 Packard Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48108.
We’ll have activities for all ages, refreshments, and an open mic time for affirmations.
Please RSVP by May 3 to Emily Cedo at: email@example.com or 734-9781 x412.
Participants were clearly engaged and the response was very positive:
“Paul Greenwood was excellent.”
“Nice variety of disciplines.”
“Thank you for hosting Mr. Greenwood and the expert panel. I learned a lot about financial abuse and what signs to look for. I also appreciated all the information on victim’s rights. Thank you for continuing to host educational lectures to better our community.”
The season of Lent asks us to reflect on who we are, what sacrifices we will make, and how we will respond to our convictions. Your support demonstrates what you believe.
“You pray for the hungry. Then you feed them. That’s how prayer works.”
Let’s work together to manifest the profound goodness of our beliefs—compassion, sacrifice, generosity, and a world view that insists on leaving no one behind. Are you willing to make your devotion abundantly clear this Lenten season?
Every financial gift makes a difference. We are grateful for your partnership.
Friday, March 24, 2017
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Washtenaw Community College
4800 E. Huron River Drive, Ann Arbor
Morris Lawrence Building
$50 Per Registrant
Open to the community
5 Social Work CE’s
Paul GreenwoodKeynote Speaker
Deputy District Attorney Paul Greenwood has been practicing law for thirty eight years. Since starting the Elder Abuse Prosecution Unit of the San Diego Prosecutor’s Office in January 1996, he has been involved in the prosecution of over six hundred felony elder abuse cases. He has completed ten elder abuse murder trials and obtained a first-degree murder conviction in nine of the ten. He was the recipient of the National Adult Protective Services Award in November of 2010 for “collaboration & leadership in the prosecutorial field.”
This presentation about the Success After Financial Exploitation (SAFE) program will follow Paul Greenwood’s discussion. Participants will learn more about the critical research on decision-making conducted by Dr. Peter Lichtenberg, Director of Wayne State University, Institute of Gerontology. The Success After Financial Exploitation (SAFE) program was created to help older adults combat scams and identity theft. Click the link below to learn more.
Professionals from banking, prosecution, health, and social work fields will be on hand for a moderated discussion about the issues raised throughout the summit. This is a great opportunity to not only get answers to questions, but also to consider the impact of an interdisciplinary approach to the devastating effects of financial exploitation of elders.