September 28, 2018, 8:00 am - 3:00 pm.
"Keys to a Safer Life" - Learning how to keep ourselves and those we care about safe
American Family Insurance Training Center
6000 American Parkway, Madison, Wisconsin
Seniors, law enforcement, fire and emergency medical service workers, human service personnel and the general public are invited to attend this important conference.
Workshops will include: Issues in Assisted Living & Senior Housing, Scams and Frauds, Hoarding, Peer Bullying, Opioid's Growing Problem, Dementia - Issues for Law Enforcement and Treatment Options, Problems of Loneliness among the Senior Population, Estate Planning, Extreme Weather Planning, Identity Theft and others.
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West Madison Triad
February 28, 11:15-12:15, Traffic Safety , Tara Boldebuck, MPD, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 5701 Raymond Rd., Madison. This presentation will cover winter driving recommendations for older adults, updated traffic laws, and pedestrian/bicyclists/vehicle right away ordinances.
March 15, 10:30, Scams and Frauds, Detective Darrel Moore, MPD, RSVP Community Room, 517 N. Segoe Rd. Suite 300, Madison. Seniors are often targeted by telemarketers and other scammers. The speaker will talk about what the current scams are and how to avoid becoming a victim.
April 28, 10:30, Stay Independent as You Age - Assistive Devices for a More Mobile Life, Andrew Lopez, Living Specialist, Access to Independence, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 5701 Raymond Road, Madison. Learn ways to modify your space and learn about assistive devices that can help you maintain your independence for as long as possible.
May 23, 10:30, Travel Safety, Ed Mani, Burkhalter Travel, 6501 Mineral Point, Madison. The speaker will talk about domestic and foreign travel, travel/tour scams, staying healthy and avoiding crime while traveling, travel insurance and other topics.
Cottage Grove Triad
February 27, 10 a.m., Outsmarting the Scam Artist: the Con Artist’s Playbook, Sam Wilson. State Director. AARP Wisconsin, Taylor Ridge Senior Apts. This presentation will educate participants on fraud trends and behavior; the con artist’s play book; prevention strategies and resources for those needing help. How we can outsmart scammers before they strike.
February 28, 9:30-11:00, Cottage Grove Memory Café, Hope Lutheran Church, 3702 County Hwy AB, McFarland, WI, for more information call 608-203-8500.
March 7, 11:30-12:30 (Lunch Provided), Estate Planning, Advanced Planning and Wills, Attorney Forrest John Crawford, Hometown Legal Services, Aster Retirement Community, 139 E. Reynolds, Cottage Grove. Reservations necessary. Call Katie Drea, 608-333-9306 firstname.lastname@example.org Have you completed all your advanced planning documents? Find out what you need to do.
March 27, 10:00 a.m., Current and Favorite Scams and Frauds, Attorney Forrest John Crawford, Taylor Ridge Senior Apts. A look at both the new and common scams and frauds and how we can keep from falling for them.
April 24, 10 a.m., Stay Independent as You Age, Assistive Devices for a More Mobile Life. Andrew Lopez, Living Specialist, Access to Independence, Taylor Ridge Senior Apts. Learn ways to modify your space and learn about assistive devices that can help you maintain your independence for as long as possible.
May 8, 10.a.m. Self Defense for Seniors, Randy Beck, USA Karate, 316 W. Cottage Grove Rd. Learn easy ways to defend yourself.
May 22, 10 a.m. Living With Anxiety, Depression and Other Mental Health Issues. Kathryn Mellom, NAMI Taylor Ridge Senior Apts. Whether you, or a family member or someone who lives in your building has mental health issues, learn how to cope and deal with them.
Triad of Wisconsin
517 N. Segoe Road, Suite 300
Madison, Wisconsin 53705