The Idaho Department of Finance (IDOF) will be hosting its Fraud and Senior Financial Exploitation and Prevention Roadshow, to provide education to Idaho’s seniors, and adult family members and caregivers who provide support to seniors and vulnerable adults. The Roadshow will be from 3 – 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 3, at The Community Library in Ketchum.
Local opportunities will provide information on best practices to protect against financial crimes targeting seniors and vulnerable adults through a series of free expert led presentations open to the public. Along with the IDOF, community partners including AARP Idaho and the Idaho Commission on Aging – Adult Protective Services will share information and resources to help Idahoans prevent, identify, and report financial crimes and abuse, and provide updates to state level efforts underway to combat this activity. A meet and greet will follow each presentation. Light refreshments, gifts, and door-raffle prizes will be available. Registration is strongly encouraged and can be completed online at https://fraudpreventionroadshow.eventbrite.com.