There are many ways that scams are aimed at seniors, but knowledge is power. Being familiar with the different kinds of scams can help if you’re faced with a potential situation. From being distracted during a home repair or having a fake credit card company representative call, people will go to extremes to find out and illegally use your personal information.
Join us for the February NNORC Breakfast Club as we welcome New York State Police Trooper Steven Rothwein. As the Community Outreach Coordinator, Trooper Rothwein will share his knowledge about the scams that can impact you—and your wallet—as well as arm you with strategies to protect yourself.
The program will be held on Wednesday, February 8 at 9:30 a.m. at the Albany Jewish Community Center (340 Whitehall Road, Albany). Be sure to call 514-2023 to reserve your seat and your bagel.
The next NNORC Breakfast Club is Wednesday, March 8. Karen Laing, CEO and Executive Director of Health Literacy for All, Inc. will discuss how to effectively communicate with your medical provider and pharmacist.