Date(s) - 11/15/2012
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Category(ies) No Categories
The United States Senate Special Committee on Aging will be holding a hearing entitled, “America’s Invisible Epidemic: Preventing Elder Financial Abuse”. This hearing will focus on prevention efforts to combat elder financial abuse through new federal, state and private sector initiatives. Frank Abagnale, whose early life was the subject of the best-selling memoir and blockbuster film “Catch Me If You Can,” will be among the witnesses testifying. Additionally, the Government Accountability Office will discuss and release a new report looking at ways to fight elder financial abuse.1
This hearing can be viewed via a live webcast, which will be available on the Special Committee on Aging’s website: http://www.aging.senate.gov/.
- Excerpt from the Senate Special Committee on Aging’s Hearing Announcement [↩]