The Arlington Elder Abuse Task Force is a community-based team of organizations and individuals, including seniors, committed to providing public education and resources to prevent and respond to abuse, neglect, fraud and financial exploitation of seniors in Arlington.
Join members Tuesday, June 24, for a communitywide forum on the economic security and personal safety of our Seniors.
The Arlington Elder Abuse Task Force invives you to join us for a panel discussion with experts in the field, complimented with performances by True Story Theater.
Tuesday, June 24
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Arlington Town Hall
730 Mass. Ave.
Empowering discussions with our esteemed panel including:
Marian Ryan, Middlesex District Attorney,
Betsey Crimmins, Senior Attorney for Greater Boston Legal Services,
Arlington Police Captain Richard Flynn, and
Renee Prestia, Protective Services Program Manager at Minuteman Senior Services.
American Sign Language Interpreter will be present.
Lunch for those who preregistered for the event will be provided by Bright View Assisted Living. All however, are welcome to drop in and take part in this important forum.
It is with gratitude and appreciation to The Executive Office of Elder Affairs who awarded the Arlington Council on Aging a Service Incentive Grant to assist the Arlington Elder Abuse Task Force with achieving their goals at this event.
To Partner with the Arlington Elder Abuse Task Force, you can agree to lend your name as an individual, agency, or other entity who supports the goals of our mission statement. Our list of Partners continues to grow, and if you would like to sign on as a partner or if you have any questions regarding this event, contact the Arlington Council on Aging at 781-316-3400.
This pages was updated Monday, June 23, 2014.